It's a little difficult to see where the nature trail begins but behind this sign there is an alley.
There is also a parking lot at the end of it, but I parked at a nearby soccer field park.
The entrance to the nature trail has the usual sign of warnings and conditions for trail use.
The trail is clearly marked and runs for about two and a half kilometers.
Here is some interesting information about the bog from Wikipedia.
The bog was previously used as a commercial source of sphagnum moss, an alternative to cotton gauze. It was mined during the First World War to support the war effort and the needs of local hospitals. The Alder Buckthorn, a plant native to the bog, was harvested and used during the Second World War to produce gunpowder.
I ran the entire length of trail and kept following the side trails to adjacent neighbourhoods. All in all I ran just over 5 kilometers in total and it was a nice run with a few gentle hills.
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