Around 200 million years ago, a large area of rock between two fault lines collapsed, creating a rift valley that was 160 miles long and 31 miles wide. During the last Ice Age, thick sheets of ice gouged the fjord into the valley floor. When the ice later melted, seawater rushed in from the St. Lawrence River. We visited the fjord yesterday and took a 2-hour tour on one of their zodiac boats.
Are we making progress?
Saguenay Fjord, from the boat dock.
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