This is the local name for the prominent bluff overlooking Hyacinthe Bay's north shore. The bluff has exceptional views of the Coast Mountains, Rebecca Spit, Hyacinthe Bay and Chinese Mountain. It's currently only accessible to the public by small boat. There are no trails to the top, but a route up the eastern shoulder of the bluff is possible for sure-footed hikers. Why is it called "Bonsai Bluff?