Woodmont Natural Resource Management Area

Trails and Trail Map​

Woodmont Natural Resource Area Trail Map

Wildlife Heritage Trail

The Wildlife Heritage Trail is a four mile trail system in a figure eight design. The North loop traverses the rolling Woodmont landscape and includes a peaceful stream crossing. On the South loop users can amble through a mature oak forest before crossing into an early succession growth area great for berry picking. The Wildlife Heritage Trail is open to hikers, mountain bikers, birders and hunters. Note: This trail is not open for equestrian traffic.

Purple Blaze Trail/Woodmont & Sideling Hill

This trail is a moderate to difficult 5.1 mile trail with a 550 foot change in elevation that follows one of the many roads that provided access to the different areas of Woodmont for logging and hunting.

Two Trail Heads

One is at the Hunter’s Parking Lot off of Woodmont Road. The second is at the Woodmont/Sideling Hill Lot off of Riser Road atop Sideling Hill.

This trail is open to hikers, mountain bikers, birders, equestrian travel, and hunters.

Unmarked Roads

There are miles of unmarked fire roads spanning nearly the entire Woodmont property. These roads allow nature enthusiasts the opportunity to explore the various natural, scenic and historical features that Woodmont NRMA has to offer.

When travelling these roads, please be aware of the Limited Use Parcel, marked by yellow signs. This area is only open to the public from April 1 to September 30 each year.

Woodmont Natural Resource Area Trail Map