The Red Trail is a treasure trove for nature lovers, boasting several species of native trees, numerous indigenous plants, and impressive sandstone bedrock formations that date back 380 million years. The 30-minute walk through the diverse natural landscapes of this woodland sanctuary feels like a stroll through ancient lands.

Difficulty: moderate
Duration: 30–45 minutes

Safety Notes:

Hiking is at your own risk. Please notify Reception if you are taking an extended hike or if you have any questions about the trails. We recommend that you hike with a partner. Closed-toed shoes, water, sunscreen, a hat, insect repellent, and brightly colored clothing are also recommended.

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