Enter the Glen Stewart Ravine by walking down the steep, twisting staircase.
You’ll find yourself transported to a quiet, leafy trail at the bottom of the stairs.
Tip: You won’t regret wearing comfortable clothing!
The elevated boardwalk keeps visitors on the path and discourages impromptu paths— giving the ravine a chance to heal after years of abuse and misuse.
An advisory warns that coyotes have been spotted in this area.
Glen Stewart Ravine is home to red oak trees, maple trees and rare witch hazel shrubs.
Ames Creek, a spring-fed waterway flows through the bottom of the valley.
We ended our walk at the Kingston Road entrance.
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