That’s what I saw on the first of three warning signs on our first hiking trail in Cape Breton. My French isn’t great, but I got the point. Of course, it seemed a tad unnecessary since the whole point of the trail was to walk along and out to an escarpement. Or, maybe, a falaise abrupte. Who knew French had so many words for “cliff”? And is there any way a cliff can be gradual? Or, for that matter, low?
None went for the audio-visual approach, but I have the perfect YouTube video here in case Parks Canada is interested.
Danger, Will Robinson.
But this hike fell (you should excuse the expression) into the “In, out, nobody got hurt” Navy SEAL category. Unless we’re counting sore calf muscles from 4 km of up down up down up down up down up. And yes, I’m pretty sure there was more up than down on this loop trail.