A 5 km long East/West Trail with a gravel surface runs from Alexandria to the Bonnie Glen Pavilion, ideal for walking or cycling. The marshes, woodlands and fields that are near the trails are a bird lover’s delight, with several dozen species spotted regularly in the area. As well, the wetlands, cattail marshes and mixed forests offer glimpses of many intriguing plants such as pitcher plants, bog laurel and yellow lady slipper and pink orchids.
Viewing is made more enjoyable by the boardwalks that pass through the wetland of the Garry Fen trail and signs that tell about the surroundings. You can enjoy the trails by walking, cycling, horseback-riding or cross-country skiing. No motorized vehicles are allowed on the trails, but in winter, one part is shared with the snowmobile trails system. The trails are groomed for excellent winter skiing.
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