This trail meanders along the Aspy fault, through an Acadian and mixed forest. As nature reclaims land once used for farming and logging, a regenerated forest begins to blend in with the old growth. The magnificent red oak and the hoots of the barred owl or great horned owl will appeal to the true nature enthusiast. Recent work on this trail has made several stream crossings easier, but waterproof hiking boots are recommended. 

Length 9.6 km / 6 mi (return)
Locator map
Hiking Look-off
Rating Moderate  Moderate: Medium-length trails with moderate elevation gain and some short, steep sections. Suitable for most visitors. / Difficult  Difficult	Longer trails with long, steep sections that are suitable for visitors who have trail experience and are prepared (proper equipment and water).
Elevation 60 - 450 m (200 - 1,500 ft)
Time 3 - 4 hours
Significant features Acadian and mixed forest
Short climbs. Rugged sections. Stream crossings.
Trailhead At the parking lot for Beulach Ban Falls
Lat: 46.814041 Long: -60.626273

Map: Aspy