**West End Farm Trail (Maps 26 and 28): A private landowner at the end of District 5 Road will not be renewing the trail agreement which allows for the continuation of the WEFT on old Dimond Road between the southern portion of Rossview Farm and District 5 Road. The trail is currently blocked off, please respect the landowner's wishes and seek an alternate route. You can still travel north on the trail from Currier Road, but will need to turn around before you reach District 5 Road. If you would like to travel a through route from Currier Road to Carter Hill Orchard, follow the Orange and Red connector trails (see map 28). You are still able to travel north between District 5 Road and Carter Hill Orchard. (See updated maps)
EVENTS: Community Hikes June 15th @ 10 am - Sewalls Falls Trail. More info soon.
July 13th @ 10 am: Oak Hill Trails 'Geology'. More info soon.
The Trail Guide Book can be printed or is available for purchase for $7 from the Planning Division, City Hall third floor.
Trail RegulationsThe following uses are prohibited on City lands and trails, per City Ordinance:
- Motorized wheeled vehicles
- Littering (including failing to pick up after your pet)
Please note the following guidelines to ensure that the trails remain in their natural state and open to the public:
- Please stay on the marked trails.
- Please do not disturb the plants and wildlife.
- Please respect the private property that surrounds the trails.
- Please follow our Trail Manners for You and Your Dog.
The City trails are maintained by many volunteers.
Make sure you are properly equipped and prepared for country hiking. Some of our trails are long, rough, or steep and are not suited for novice hikers or cross-country skiers. Be sure to read the trail descriptions and view the topographic contours of the maps.