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Little Tract – Wellington County


Stand on a rock pile surrounded by 50-year-old trees and you have to admire the courage and persistence of the people who cleared fields that would only produce crops for a few years before the wildness struggled back. The Little Tract is owned by the County of Wellington. It’s a popular walking spot. A clearly marked trail that was once a farm driveway runs through the property.

Lots of side trails may leave you in an unmapped tangle of cedars. Fun if you’re up to it, if not, stay on the main trail going and returning. Expect the usual maples and pines, but this woodlot is quite diverse — look for hemlock, basswood, ash and black cherry. Also look for the odd patch of poison ivy.

How to get there:

Go North 2km on Townline Rd. in Cambridge to Wellington Rd. 34 Turn East and go about 2.5km and the entrance of the trail is on the left.

There is a parking lot about .1 km down the road. Information provided by the county of Wellington & Dufferin website.



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