White Earth Valley Natural Area

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White Earth Valley Natural Area covers a grand total of 5,078 acres and contains a large variety of habitats. Although there are no facilities here, there are still opportunities for canoeing, kayaking, hiking and horseback riding.
Trail length: 8 miles
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  • Posted by TrailAPI on May 24, 2013


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    Reviewed by bergs_27 on August 26, 2013

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    One main trail, which is 13km in length. Mainly rolling hills through forested area, with a couple larger hills. You will encounter a wide variety of wildlife including; moose, deer, bear, weasels, grouse, ducks and a wide range of birds. This trail is generally dry, with small bridges over the creek crossings. In the middle of the trail there is a 75 yard board walk which allows one to cross a large muskegy swampy area. This trail is not suppose to be open to any motorized vehicles, open only for hikers, runners, horseback or bicylcers, however, on occasion a quadder or two will cross your path.
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