Pfeiffer Nature Center Lillibridge Trails Map

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The attached map is of the Pfeiffer Nature Center: Lillibridge Tract's trails and features.

Griffin’s Way - You’ll see lots of sights along this easy wooded trail, including the remnants of
an ancient hemlock beloved by our found, Wendy Pfeiffer Lawrence. Easy walk - One way 0.18 mi

Wendy’s Trail - Taking you from the kiosk to deep in the woods, Wendy’s Trail is a relatively flat & easy walk with lots to see. Easy walk - one way 0.2 mi

Question Mark Trail - With several switchbacks, this wooded trail offers a less strenuous climb to the top of the mountain & plenty of beauty of its own. Moderate climb - one way 0.37 mi

White Oak - Our longest trail, you’ll experience our eastern boundary from an amazing valley
overlook to deep in the forest. Moderate grade - one way 0.59 mi

Tiger’s Tail - A lovely little spur, this path provides another view of the forest. Slight grade - one way 0.1 mi

Tap Line - Gain great heights as you climb this hill through the woods. Difficult climb - one way 0.28 mi

Sally’s Alley - This forested path is short & sweet. Slight grade - one way 0.06 mi

Loop - An interesting look at different forest types, be sure to look up at the canopy & down at the forest floor as you travel. Moderate climb - one way 0.32 mi

Holcomb Over - Enjoy this forested path that will take you to the top. Moderate to difficult climb - one way 0.21 mi

Pinkster - with much of its length running along the edge of the meadow, you'll get some great long-distance views on this trail. Slight grade - one way 0.28 mi

Yuba-Dam - A forested shortcut, it’s a great way down to the field. Moderate to difficult  climb - one way 0.11 mi

Emery – This path starts at our beautiful timber frame pavilion in the meadow & takes your deep into the woods – the best of both worlds. Easy walk – one way 0.43 mi

Merrick’s Run – You’ll get a workout on this hilly trail, but it will all be worth it. Moderate to difficult climb – one way 0.25 mi

Hogs Back – Our eastern-most rail provides a lovely wooded walk. Stroll beneath our largest
grouping of stately red & white oaks we estimate to be 150 yrs. Old & more. Slight grade – one way 0.16 mi

Chestnut – Go from our small pond to the woods and you’ll pass by a few mediumsized
(approx. 60 yrs. Old) American Chestnuts that have since succumbed to the blight. Saplings continue to sprout from their roots. Slight grade – one way 0.13 mi

Thorton Thruway – Wend your way along the southern border of our property, seeing
one of the oldest Black Gum trees in the east – more than 500 yrs. old. Moderate climb – one way 0.44 mi

Warner’s Way – with some fragile wet spots, you’ll get a view of a different forest ecosystem on this trail. Slight grade – one way 0.12 mi

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