Photo of steep decline in walking path thorough a cedar tree grove. Large cedar tree’s branch over hangs decent on path.
Cedar Trees are resilient. Cedar Tree forest shown here are growing 50 to 80 feet high off the ledge of an rock escarpment dropping of 150 feet. Cedars are an evergreen tree, meaning that cedars do not drop leaves in winter. The grove of cedars below helps protect the escarpment from hard wind and rains all year round.
Image of red-osier dogwood shrub with it’s red branches showing in the winter months. Red Dog Wood branches are a popular home garden accent in patio pots and the sort
Shortest distance between two forests is across the pond!
Forest Trail colors in Autumn. A Deciduous tree sheds its leaves annually.
Untraveled old deciduous forest trail photo during snowy winter months.
Winter snow has fallen and this wooden ski rack is waiting for some cross country skiers to arrive.
Established conservations areas will have trail posts marking your walking route as in the photo above.
Some trails are left to the walkers to figure out. If you have ever been lost or without anyone’s help for directions near dark it can unnerving trying to get back to the vehicle .
This state of mind can easy against work again your safety.
When ever there is a walking trail board posted, take one or more photos of the map so you can refer back to the trails.