The Beaver Meadows Trail is one of the most rugged in the park, and it provides some of the best opportunities to view wildlife.
This 5.8 km loop circles the large wetland of the Little East River, moose are common visitors, as are beaver (who created the meadow), muskrat, and deer.
The path follows the edge of Porcupine Bluff, sharing part of its route with the Arrowhead Lake Cycling Trail, then works around the Little East Beaver Meadow. Expect many wet areas on the trail, so travel with appropriate footwear.
This trail is also very popular with bird-watchers.
With information from Explorers Edge
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