The Edwards Nature Trail is an easy out-and-back trek suitable for all ages. The trail is used year-round and is suitable for snowshoes and cross-country skis. You will hike along the long-abandoned G&O railroad grade, and cross the Oswegatchie River on a train trestle built in 1893. The trail ends at the Talcville Road at 1.5-miles, return to the trailhead by the same route.
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From New Street in Edwards, turn north onto Town Barn Drive. The trailhead is 0.1-miles ahead on the left. There is parking for several cars.
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2 woodpeckers, a few catbirds...
Cut the walk short.
Almost missed the trail sign despite it being large enough.
Just seemed like I was in the wrong place.
Don't know if there is anything worth seeing past the train bridge, turned back there.