The trail can be overgrown in the Summer and early Fall but is a quick 0.3 mile out-and-back hike through the woods. The first section of the trail has some bridges and support beams since there's a stream that cuts through it and often leaves the trail wet and muddy. After the initial hundred feet or so it opens up to dry woods with many different trails, most of which are marked for snowmobiles.
This is predominantly private property but the snowmobile club maintains the trails and allows the public to access them, so you must stay on the trail at all times.
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