The Land

Seven Kilometres of accessible trail winds up the mountain with several picnic and rest spots along the way. There's even a small cabin nestled into the maple, spruce, and old growth hemlock forest.

  • 160 acres
  • Registered Farm (with 40 acres of cropland)
  • South Facing Slope
  • 3 Large Ponds
  • 2 Springs (used as water sources)
  • 1 Brook
  • 7km Trail System
  • Gravel Pit (for driveway maintenance accessible by Brow Mountain Road))
  • 3 Drives ( accessible by Route 221)