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Hafford - The Crooked Bush

Hafford - The Crooked Bush
Hiking TrailsLimited Wheelchair Access

14.5km W of Hafford on Hwy 40 (pass Speers to Flint Rd), 16km N, then 2.5km E. Watch for signs at Flint Rd and 16km mark.

The Crooked Bush, located near Hafford, is called a botanical mystery by the Friends of the Crooked Bush and was declared one of the '54 wonders of Canada' by CBC’s 'Morningside' show. This trail tours a small cluster of aspen trees that are atypical as they do not grow towards the sky; instead, the branches twist and turn in horizontal and downward directions, giving the grove an eerie and, yet, mesmerizing appearance.

Scientists believe that the tree growth is a result of a genetic ...
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Hafford Town Office

Tel: (306) 549-2331
Email: hafto@littleloon.ca
Website: http://www.redberrylake.ca/exploreus/hikingtrailstips.php

Length: 200 metre loop
Difficulty: Beginner
Surface: Wooden boardwalk
Trailhead GPS: 52.8709N, -107.5375W

Walking

Backcountry
Limited wheelchair access
Parking at trailhead
Interpretive signs enroute
Self-guided nature trail

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