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Fireweed Trail Professional Review and Guide
"On this short interpretive hike, you can learn about the natural evolution that takes place after a forest fire. This short, easy, interpretive hike is perfect for stretching those driving legs; it’s good for all fitness levels. The trail consists of two loops: an upper walk through the charred lodgepole pine forest and a lower interpretive trail. Both can be completed in under thirty minutesBeware, though, staying so close to the highway has its drawbacks; traffic noise is apparent regardless of where you are on this trail. There are washrooms in the parking area."
--Michelle Gurney & Kathy Howe, Hiking Yoho, Kootenay, Glacier, and Mt. Revelstoke National Parks (Falcon Guides).
Fun walk through an intrepretive site.
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