Laurie Saulnier Memorial Trail
Hants West Wildlife Association
|Located In||Upper Falmouth|
|Where To Find Us||
Trailhead located at Hants West Wildlife Association Interpretive Center
596 Bog Rd
Mount Denson, NS
|Areas Served||Annapolis Valley Region|
Description & Services
This trail is maintained by the Hants West Wildlife Association (HWWA) and is dedicated to one of their members. This stacked loop trail offers 2 km in mixed woodland with tall alder, birch and spruce trees. There are red squares marking the trail. A short side trail leads down to a pond that is a great spot to take in some wildlife.
Trail Right-of-Way (ROW): Varies, 4’ - 12’ ROW
Length: 2 km
Surface: Natural surface tread
Marking: Orange arrows along the trail. The markers stop where the trail ends at an old, wet road.
Permitted Use: Non-motorized (hiking, snowshoeing, back country skiing); pond stocked for trout fishing
Access: Parking lot and trail head located off of Bog Road with blue sign on Bog Road advertising the park; large orange gates at trail head
Amenities: Parking lot for approximately 15 cars, Interpretive Centre, picnic tables, no garbage cans
Manager / Maintenance: Department of Natural Resources and Hants West Wildlife Association (HWWA). Maintained by HWWA and students at Avon View High School
History: A co-op wetland development project between Department of Natural Resources, Ducks Unlimited, Wildlife Habitat Canada, Hants West Wildlife Association (HWWA).
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