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Potholes Trail


Education - An interpretive trail leads to a site of geological interest. This nature reserve east of Wawa gets its name from glacial potholes and troughs scooped out of bedrock forming the riverbed of the Kiniwabi River.

Stop for a picnic, soak up the scenery or follow a short interpretive trail for a close look at the potholes, and sedges and forbs (flowering plants) growing along the riverbank.



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