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Old Tunnel WMA

Historical Marker for Bat Tunnel
Historical Marker for Bat Tunnel
Historical Marker for the bat tunnel.
User: Eveline - 3/25/2006

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Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 7.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: We did a volksmarch that incorporated this small trail. The tunnel itself is very small and you don't get very close to it. The bats had not yet arrived for the summer.

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Trail down to the bat tunnel.
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Stairs at the bat tunnel near Comfort.

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