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- Here is the start of the trail at the Hantwick Road trailhead. This trail is open for horse,hikers,and mountain bikers. It is also suitable for strollers.
- Salmonberries grow along portions of the Moulton Falls Tail and they ripen in early July. They have a fairly bland taste.
- A closeup of a Garter snake on the trail which has become immobile.
- Some of the Garter snakes on this trail freeze when you approach them so they look like a stick and you will walk right over them unless you're paying attention.
- Moulton Falls cascades 11 feet on the East Fork of the Lewis River.
- The Moulton Falls Trail crosses the East Fork of the Lewis River on a wood arch bridge.
- The Moulton Falls Trail crosses over the East Fork of the Lewis River about .1 mile east of Moulton Falls.
- The East Fork of the Lewis River parallels the Moulton Falls Trail.
- There is about a 10 foot waterfall next to the Moulton Falls Trail.
- About 1/2 mile from the Hantwick Road Trailhead is a pond about 2 acres in size surrounded by trees. The trail passes by on the south side of the pond.
- Candyflower (Latin name: Montia sibirica) in bloom along the Moulton Falls Trail. The plant is about 12 inches tall and most stems have a pair of leaves with small white flowers. The plant looks a little like Miner's Lettuce because it is a relative.