The heavily wooded Winn Preserve features extensive trails that wind throughout the karst geology along the Helderberg Escarpment. Along the way, you’ll see impressive sink holes and veins draining water. The path through the forests are low effort trails, but lead to a rewarding view to the northeast.
Check for QR codes on the trail (also found on the MHLC website), which provide a guided tour on the preserve!
Please note the trail changes in winter to accommodate Snowriders snowmobile club along the yellow trail.
The preserve began as a 129-acre gift from Nancy and Hudson Winn in 1997. Future additions were made through gifts and purchases to the property, making it the 208-acre preserve it is today. The property contains a well-made, pre-fabricated cabin, built by the Winn Family, and numerous winding trails through ferns and shady forests. A geologically significant area, the Helderberg Escarpment runs through the property with extensive outcrops and cliffs.