In the end, since we were well bundled up in -4C weather, and any poison ivy would be dead, and buried under several feet of snow, we decided to risk it! :ahhh
The trail is groomed once a week, usually on Fridays, so it wasn't a difficult walk.
I also went off the groomed path a few times to explore some side trails, and I am glad that I did.
There are a few nice streams that you walk by, or maybe they are all the same stream, it's hard to tell when they are iced over in a lot of places, and you can't tell what is going where. Still, where the water is visible, it is very pretty in the largely unspoilt snow!
It was a relatively short hike as I said, but it was certainly a good one. We both had a great time, and glad we were finally able to experience it. We tried this trail in the summer, just after I arrived here, but I was unable to hike then.
In fact, I was apparently feeling so much better that I was once again a lot more adventurous than Megan, as she stuck to the high ground while I went down to get closer looks at the streams!
And, of course, what adventure would be complete without a little bit of good old fashioned MTO representation?
Don't leave home without it!
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