Gamlin Crystal Springs
The Gamlin Esker Trail traverses a long, high esker, which is a steep-sided ridgeline left by a melting glacier. The hike begins with an adventurous climb up the side of the esker. Once atop, the hike becomes a leisurely trek along the wooded spine of the esker. Hikers traversing the esker ridgeline are afforded fine views of Cow Pond Brook flowing below, another remnant from the time of the glaciers. The Gamlin Esker Trail is a habitat for nesting turtles, deer, and playful otters. Later in the hike, there is a prominent wetland area, that has constant beaver activity.