This trail is a set of three that thread themselves through a department of forestry Experimental woodlot area. Despite the overkill on the interpretive signage, the trails pass through several interesting areas, and mixed terrain. It's a great half day hike or snowshoe come winter.
The trail names are as follows:
The lengths range from 1KM to probably around 2K's Totaling approximately 5K in the entire loop.
Great beginner's mtn bike area for sure.
On the road to the Brookvale Provincial Ski park, look for the signage on the opposite side of the road; Brookvale Experimental Forest Trail.
Take the dirt road that runs 0.8K to the parking area. In winter, hike the road and add a bit extra to the length.
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Posted By: jrich76
- Sun Feb 08 13:40:53 UTC 2015
UpsideGreat trails alote of up down terrain DownsideThe .8 km to get to the actual trail head were they are all marked trail CommentThis was the first time there for me i am not a frequent snowshoer however love getting out ,my daughter and I did about 2 km total on feb 7 2014 after the province got over 100 cm of fresh snow in the last 10 days this land offers beautiful landscape and great info on the forestry industry and tree types on pei