The many natural features of this 8.5 kilometer loop make it totally unique. Hikers will, in turn, walk alongside Twin Lake camping site and park slides, Holiday Bay Park, Ouellette Bay shores and cross over to the Villeneuve Pit where they can contemplate a remarkable naturally eroded basin that dates back to the Ice Age. The steep slopes and overall sinuosity of this course make it an exciting challenge. Partially asphalted, it is accessible to: pedestrians, mountain bikers and horseback riders. Rated: Intermediate
Moonbeam nature trails offers a whole series of trails of great beauty which will stimulate the curiosity and enhance the will of solitary walkers who seek meditation or groups and families which practice this activity together in order to learn and socialize while keeping fit. We hope to see you there!
Information provided by the Moonbeam nature trails website.
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Directions: Follow Hwy 581, turn left at Twin Lakes. Or continue and turn left at the chapel. Enjoy the trail.
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