Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve Topo Map

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The Seymour Valley below the Seymour Reservoir was opened to the public in 1987, and it is now used for both recreation and forest management activities. The area provides a habitat for a variety of wildlife, including deer, coyote, black bear and cougar, and offers over 40 km (25 miles) of trails and logging roads for hiking. After about 15 minutes of walking, take the Rice Lake Loop Trail to your left to begin a clockwise circuit of this attractive, though human-assisted, body of water. An additional short nature loop on the west side of the lake can be incorporated if you wish. Follow the lakeshore trail around the tip of the lake, passing in due course a wharf with a sheltered platform. Stay with the Loop Trail, turning left at a t junction, and left again when you re-encounter the gravel road from Lynn Headwaters.

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Mar 2018