If Trees Could Talk LbNA # 43125
|Placed Date||Aug 31 2008|
|Found By||t-adh o mir |
|Last Update||Aug 30 2011 |
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"If Trees Could Talk" is the title of the brochure which will guide your walk through this area. It's available in 2 different boxes at the entrance to the trail. (If no copies are left, don't worry! It's not essential for finding the box.)
Head down the red rock path and enter the trees, where a plaque commemorates the dedication of this wheelchair-accessible nature trail. Add the 2 digits of the day of the dedication: ___
Continue down the trail past the first couple of numbered posts and over a small bridge. After you pass a viewing platform, head north to continue following the numbered posts.
Stop at the post with your calculated number and observe a massive fallen trunk. Then, take note of the smaller fallen tree that is just to the right -- perhaps five steps in reverse on the trail, and six steps into the woods. Check the crevice on the back side.
After stamping in, continue ahead on the trail. You can go right to complete the circuit of numbered markers, or left to go over a bridge, and eventually exit the woods on a different, less-wheelchair-accessible path.
See more box information at AtlasQuest.