BALANCING TIVERTON ROCK in Digby, Nova Scotia

It’s a 30-odd foot high spire of columnar basalt that has gradually eroded out from the cliff face over countless years.The balancing rock is pretty amazing. A tall column of basalt seems to balance almost on tiptoes on a ledge of more rock.

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