Mt. Lebanon St. – Stromsted Property

 

Trail Mileage: The West Trail is 1.2 miles; the North Trail loop is .38 miles.
Difficulty Level: Easy to moderate some steep hills.
Natural Features: Mixed forest of white pine, oaks, sugar maples and hickories, pond, and several wetlands.
Wildlife: Painted turtles, herons, minks, deer, frogs and many small mammals.

Recreation: Hiking, cross-country skiing, bird watching, wildlife viewing.

The Mt. Lebanon Property offers many places to observe wetland birds, painted turtles and small animals. A trail loops around 54 acres of woodlands and wetlands. Enjoy the tranquility of the small farm pond or explore a large maple swamp adjacent to the trail. Green Herons, painted turtles, minks, and other wildlife can be seen in the swamp. The rich soils on the property support large sugar maples and shagbark hickories.

This is a place to slow down and fully enjoy the natural world.

Directions:
From Pepperell Town Hall take Route 113 west for 1.5 miles to the second left onto Mt. Lebanon Street. Go approximately 2 miles to where Reed Street intersects Mt. Lebanon and take a sharp left. Look for NCT sign on left. Park along the road. The trail begins about 50 ft. to right of sign. The GPS coordinates for the parking area are: Latitude 42.648077; Longitude -71.610309

 

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