Talk:Bromley Rock Provincial Park

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On my way back from my trip out to Rock Creek I stopped here. I jumped the rock(s) twice. I was going to jump from the top, which is about 50 feet, but I didn't since I had to jump outwards a ways to avoid rocks. So I worked my way down a bit & jumped about 30 feet. There is a nice deep pool below. Just before I left, I took a picture of the rocks I jumped from; I will upload it soon. Anyway, this is a great location; I believe there is even a small campground nearby but the beach on the side of the river is a really nice place. From there, you can watch people jump from the rocks & do lots of other "beach" things. The pool below the rocks is a nice place to swim however there is a current, even in low water.

By the way, don't be cliff jumping & unless you are a very good swimmer, don't even swim here when the river is high... there are some good sized rapids mere meters downstream. We don't need to go into details about what can happen as a result of foolishness in high water! AndrewEnns (talk) 21:34, 4 August 2009 (UTC)

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Anyone looking for some high flying fun? Welcome to Bromley Rock!

Well, here is the image I took. I'm going to put it onto the main article after I drop drop a copy off here. I like to do that; put one copy (or more) on the article's talk page & then post it on the main article. I hope this picture satisfies everyone.