Total distance: 1.64 miles
Difficulty level(s): easy, moderate, difficult
Along the trails within the Cornell Botanic Gardens Mundy Wildflower Garden you will find a remarkable variety of plants native to the Cayuga Lake Basin. The preserve contains forested slopes, floodplain forests, wetland meadows, and displays of native plant landscaping, all bordering a scenic section of Fall Creek. To guide your plant discovery, you will find labels next to over 200 native plant species as well as photographs and lists of the season's flowering plants at a display near the entrance. Trails here connect with the Cayuga Trail, the Botanic Garden area around the Nevin Welcome Center, the F. R. Newman Arboretum, and additional, adjoining natural areas.
Part of interconnected trail system: Yes
Trail Surface: Earth, Gravel/Stone Dust, Pavement
Trail Markers: orange blaze, none
This trail contains a loop.
Use of firearms for deer hunting is not allowed. Bow hunting may be allowed. BE SAFE: See the specific trail owner/steward’s website for the most up to date details
This trail is open year round.