For nearly half a century, one of the most scenic landmarks in Musikoka has been the half kilometre pink granite canyon known as the Huckleberry Rock cut.
Blasted in the early 1960s has a way of rerouting the road, it introduced a generation of travellers to a remarkable landscape: the granite dome of Huckleberry Rock.
Previously known only to the most local residents, it has since become one of the area’s most popular spots for hiking, sunset-viewing, and picking berries.
The impact of this remarkable place is celebrated in stories and photos from the team of Andrew Wagner-Chazalon and Bev McMullen.
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