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New Logo for Wagg's Woods Trail

Wagg's Woods Trail in Mindemoya has an awesome new logo! Thank you to James Hoffman for donating his design expertise and time for the project.

The logo really embodies the spirit of the trail system. Everything from the alvar paths, flowers, fossils, the old growth forest up to the mixed forest on the rising levels of trails on the escarpment. Front and centre is the Barred Owl, often observed and adored by trail hikers, the Trail Committee has adopted the bird as the trails mascot. The logo will be proudly displayed as part of the new trailhead sign at 1 Thorne Street Mindemoya, Ontario in the spring of 2024.

Wagg's Woods Trail went through an amazing transformation over the past few years and now boasts three kilometers of hiking on four distinct trails. These new trail systems would not have been possible without the Municipal investment, the Trail Committee, volunteers and generous donations from the public. There are still a few projects in the works for the 42-acre park so stay tuned.

Woodland Accessibility Trail - great for those with mobility issues, mobility devices and strollers. Enjoy nature on one of six donated benches.

Fossil Trail - Walk on the floor of an ancient sub-tropical sea that covered the Manitoulin Island area more than 400 million years ago.

Alvar Trail - Wander and alvar full of rock cracks and glacial erratic rocks deposited during the last ice age.

Escarpment Trail - This trail is for the adventurer. Follow along the edge of the escarpment and take in views of the park below as you twist turn and climb your way along the trail.

For more information and a map check out our new webpage!

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