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Off The Beaten Path - Hikes and Explorations in the Brandon Region

Rosedale Farm Trail

The Trail is located 5 miles west of Eden on the Rosedale Farm.

This section piece of land was rehabilitated during the 1960’s as a demonstration project for soil conservation in farming practices. In 1977, the WWCD Board assumed responsibility for the farm.

In 2010, a group of local citizens established an all-season foot trail through the farm property. The trail passes through a variety of vegetation and topography and offers stunning views to the east of the Riding Mountain Escarpment. Interpretive signage helps to explain the history and features of the farm.




https://whitemudwatershed.ca






It is obvious that the site is well cared for. The trails are well marked, the rules are clear.
It is no coincidence that we found not  a single Bud Lite can on our hike, and  the signs havn't been vandalized by shotgun fire.





Well placed benches and a well-cared for outhouse.







A sturdy  picnic table - near a great lookout.







A great variety of trees.





A variation of the "corduroy road"












https://whitemudwatershed.ca/projects/rosedale-farm-conservation/
 
http://rmrosedale.com/recreation/

http://rmrosedale.com


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