Hike through this conservation area at one of the highest elevations on the Niagara Escarpment. It was named for the Aboriginal peoples who inhabited the land during the early 1600s, practicing corn horticulture and taking part in the fur trade. The Bruce Trail connects with this 100-acre site. Follow it as it winds its way through a myriad of rock faces, cliffs and crevices. Overnight camping is permitted for Bruce Trail hikers only on a first come-first served basis. A portion of the property is leased by the Georgian Triangle Anglers Association and used as a fish hatchery.