Volo Bog State Natural Area captured through photographs at winter and summer. When one returns to a favorite place throughout the year it is interesting to take note of the changes to the scenery. The biggest change is between summer and winter.
The bog has a 2.75 mile trail that circles it, which is a decent place to cross-country ski in the winter although the trail is not groomed. The bog is incredibly quit in the winter. Except for skiers, you will not see many people hiking the trails.
The summer is the better time to come as the vegetation is the reason this place is so fantastic. The very short Interpretive Trail is a great place to see the bog’s incredible flora and fauna.
Here area series of photographs taken of the same place in winter and summer. Click on each picture for a larger shot.
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