Difficulty: Easy to moderate. The trail forms a 1.3-mile figure eight. The first loop is surfaced with gravel and designed to be wheelchair accessible; while the second loop is not surfaced with gravel, not wheelchair accessible and includes bog bridges, rocky sections and some exposed tree roots that can easily trip people not paying attention […]
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