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Corduroy Road Trail


This trail travels though a very wet area which supports specialized vegetation. The area consists of a larch (tamarack) bog. The growth of the larch and cedar trees in this area have been stunted by excessive moisture around their roots. Unique bog flowers such as orchids, grass of Parnassus and insect eating pitcher plants thrive on this type of soil.

The vegetation found in corduroy road trail environment provides ideal natural habitat conditions for a variety of animals. Cedar thickets provide excellent wintering grounds for deer. Twigs and seeds are food for rabbits, squirrels and birds.



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