Beaver Flow Trail

The Beaver Flow Trail is a flat, easy snowshoe route that meanders through a mixed forest and runs parallel to a small waterway. There's a house-sized boulder near the end and lots of beaver activity on this path!

This is an easy, 2.25-mile round trip.

Trailheads:

The north end starts on Cook Road* about 0.1 mile uphill from the junction with Leaning Road.

The south end starts on Walker Road, about 1.4 miles west of the junction with Route 22. This option gives a choice of the east route on the left, which is the forested entrance, and the west route on the right, which leads to the meadow entrance of the Bobcat Trail.

* Cook Road is closed to cars in winter but open for hiking, skiing, and snowshoeing.

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