Caving & Climbing

Caving & Climbing

Greigs Caves is Home of the Films Quest of Fire and Against The Wild

Enjoy your self-guided exploration of 10 limestone caves in the peace and tranquillity of singing birds and rustling leaves along the rugged trails where scenes of Quest for Fire and Against the Wild were filmed, all in about a hour or two, but come prepared with GOOD hiking shoes with a good tread, as the rocks may be moist and slippery. You will also need a flashlight for some parts of the caves. Check out some of our Cave Photos and Video here. Binoculars will be a good idea to get a better view from the trail above the caves affords breathtaking views about 300 feet above the sparkling waters of Georgian Bay. Very important also is to have com­fort­able clothing when climb­ing around the caves.

In the Great Lakes Region, there lies a huge depression in the earths crust, centered under the state of Michigan formed 400-500 million years ago. This was a time when North America was a tropical climate. On the outer edges of the depression lies two peninsulas, one on the west side of Lake Michigan and the other between Lake Huron and Georgian Bay called the Bruce Peninsula.

Visit Greigs Caves Website

407 Scenic Cave Road
on the North side, across from the corner of Tower Road,
4.82 kilometres from County Road 9.