Birding · Fall Colors · Historical Significance · River/Creek · Views · Wildflowers · Wildlife
Need to Know
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The West Loop follows the creek, then turns slightly uphill to bring you across a field of Broom Sedge, a golden-hued native grass.
The north end of this loop gives you a peek into a cedar glade, a hilly ecosystem that arose out of problematic erosion of the hill, likely in the mid-20th-century.
As you run alongside the woods, look out as far as you can see to the West to get a look at Wolf Gap's namesake hills and gap along the farthest hills on the horizon.
Flora & Fauna
Birds, broomsedge, ironweed, eastern red cedar, native hardwoods, and white-tailed deer.
Shared By: Chase Stapler