Approximately 2.5 kms long, the Tannery Hollow Nature Trail offers fresh air, beautiful scenery, exercise and chance encounters with wildlife. As with all nature trails, please respect the environment – if you pack it in, pack it out. Please note: some may have difficulty with the trail (uneven terrain, exposed roots). Wear appropriate footwear, no unsupervised children under 12, and we ask for a small donation for trail maintenance.
The trail takes you along a pond where ducks are frequent visitors, winds through sun-filled areas of high grass and wildflowers, then passes beneath tall, sheltering maples, birches and spruce trees as it roughly parallels and occasionally crosses a stream (mostly dry in summer) in the ravine. Near the top of the trail, you emerge from the woods into a meadow and are offered a wonderful panoramic view.