Shut-In Island is located in St. Margaret’s Bay. It is the largest island in the Bay and has attracted visitors for centuries. It is also publicly owned, thus will remain protected and free from any development. Shut-In is like one huge granite boulder that juts up from the ocean floor and is quite a striking sight. Although much of the island is exposed rock, just as much is forested. The top is covered in low lying shrubs such as fox berry bushes making way for unobstructed views of the Bay.
Take a boat from shining waters or Indian Harbour. Typically landing at Otter Cove, as it's pretty protected and the hiking trails begin there. Time will tell if there's a more convenient landing site for climbers.
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