The Victory Tract is part of the system of agreement forests owned by the County of Wellington. These forests were planted decades ago on poor, non-productive agricultural land.
An old access road takes you through white pine and white spruce plantations. It’s a linear trail, so make a note of your bearings as you go because you have to come back the same way.
Wetlands beside the trail make a hike here more interesting. Look for the wetland critters like salamanders and frogs. Part of this trail crosses private property. Please respect the rights of the landowner.
Information provided by the Wellington and Dufferin Heart Health website.
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