As part of the upcoming construction of a new trailhead at the end of Randolph Hill Road which will be completed this year, the Randolph Forest Commission has begun work on a short, one-mile long interpretive trail.
Randolph Community Forest Commission member Doug Mayer has been working with local interpretive specialist Nicky Pizzo, to develop the route, which will include a number of stops that are keyed to a simple booklet.
As part of the work, a short connector has just been cut, from the Carlton Notch Trail, to the new wildlife opening. Above is a view of that route, and the wildlife opening in the distance, which has a great view of the mountains to the east.
Stay tuned for more news on this educational addition to the Randolph Community Forest, as the summer progresses.