View diverse and scenic wildlands as you hike. On its way through the Black Moshannon Bog Natural Area, this seven mile trail travels through pine plantations, hemlock bottomland, spruce groves, hardwood forests, grassy openings, blueberry patches and beaver ponds in all stages of succession. Two boardwalk sections allow you to explore areas of a big marsh and an alder swamp. The best blueberry patches are near this trail (late July to September). Waterproof footwear is recommended, since some sections are often wet. In addition, the gentle slopes are great for hiking and cross-country skiing.