Have you ever wondered what it would be like to walk on the bottom of the ocean? Well, actually it's just more rock, sand and seaweed, but still cool! Here we are at Hopewell Rocks on the Bay of Fundy. People will kayak around the rocks at high tide, but once low tide hits (a few hours later) people can walk through the rock formations, but the water comes in quickly because of the shape/length of the rocks and the gravitational pull of the moon etc... There are several signs warning people to get to a high spot and sit it out if they can't walk back to the entrance. Rumor has it some people are trying to petition it be added to the 7 (natural) wonders of the world.
There are some really fun looking caves, but they can't be visited because the water comes in too quickly. The water can raise 54 feet in 13 hours.
You can't see the bottom, but this took a fair amount of climbing on Abby's part to get to the top of these rocks.