A magical gem of Boreal forest with easy access awaits you only 600 metres off of Highway 35. The entry to the forest trail is marked by a large sign with flags and is adjacent to a footbridge. Cross over the bridge (beware of the old troll that may still be lurking) and you are onto the trail.
The majority of the trail is a gravel surface and while not suited for a wheelchair, it is mostly flat and level. The trail is approximately 1.5 km and offers a great way to stretch your legs while taking in the sights, sounds, and smells of a typical boreal forest. OHV use is not permitted. During the winter months, the tail can be used for cross-country skiing and snoeshoeing.