The county of Prince Edward is a large peninsula
formation in the northeast corner of Lake Ontario.
(Not to be confuse with Prince Edward Island which is on the Atlantic seaboard and is its own province.)
Before I began my shoreline hike of Lake Ontario, I wanted to explore "The County" as this area is affectionately called by Canadians.
Sand dunes at Sandbanks Provincial Park
Lake-on-the-Mountain is a modern mystery that has not been completely explained by geologists. It is over 110 feet deep and fed by multiple springs. It was strange to stand there and see this unique lake, then look down onto Lake Ontario far below.