The Beaver Pond trail is an excellent place to witness the impact that Beavers can have on an ecosystem. The ponds along this trail are terraced with four distinct layers. It is a unique opportunity to see flat calm ponds of water terraced, a phenomenon usually otherwise reserved for manmade waterways.
The Beaver Pond trail is a relatively easy 3.3km loop trail that will take you approximately 1 hour to complete. The Beaver Pond trails are part of the larger Rogers Creek and Log Train Trail networks. During this hike you will experience very little elevation gain, as the trail follows along the Log Train Trail for the majority of the hike. Being a historic railroad bed this portion of the trail is relatively flat. Most of the hike will bring you through beautiful second growth forest. You will however walk through some logged sections as well as a section made up purely of deciduous trees.