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INSIDE A Whole Different Approach to Healing PAGE 1 Drinking Tea and Brain Health PAGE 2 Chocolate-Dipped Fruit PAGE 3 Learn About Your Gut-Brain Axis PAGE 3 Explore Wolf Creek Narrows PAGE 4
A WORLD UNTOUCHED VISITING WOLF CREEK NARROWS IS LIKE STEPPING BACK IN TIME
and hunting during certain seasons. It’s believed that the steep gorge of Wolf Creek Narrows formed when an ice-age cave eroded under a melting glacier, where a bubbling stream now meanders through the bottom of the cliffs. The natural processes of annual flooding and ice- scouring have resulted in diverse landscapes and wildlife habitats. With little human interference in the area, the land is much the same as when it formed. Park your car on the Miller Woods tract, then hike the 1.5-mile looped footpath with just a few challenging slopes. You’ll be rewarded along the way with the beauty of the deciduous trees displaying brilliant orange and red leaves as they prepare to shed for winter. Keep your eyes turned up as you bird-watch for kingfishers, Louisiana waterthrush, wood thrush, osprey, and bald eagles. If you wander down to the vernal pools, you might spot an array of amphibians, like spotted salamanders and wood frogs. This pristine forest is only accessible by foot, prohibits camping and campfires, and allows dogs on leash only. This has allowed Wolf Creek Narrows to remain virtually untouched by humans while still affording appreciative explorers access to its natural beauty.
Although Wolf Creek Narrows is particularly known for its display of wildflowers every spring, one of its best-kept secrets is that it’s a great place to see the seasons change from summer to fall. With over 200 acres of deciduous trees winding along the Wolf Creek flood plain and streambank, now is a great time to get some fresh air, stretch your legs, and explore this mystical little cutout of land during one of the most beautiful times of year.
Located just 15 minutes south of Grove City and in the Slippery Rock Township, this mature forest offers hiking, wildlife watching, fishing,
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