Blazing Trails

May 20 Tritec

The planning for the nature trails at Kincora, our 424 acre mixed-use development in Loudoun County, has begun! We spent the week of May 9th walking, hiking and exploring to find the best areas of the community in which to place the trails.

Kincora’s trail network will be a destination in itself, covering more than three miles and featuring an array of outdoor amenities. Observation areas, where visitors can look out for herons on the wing or deer prancing through the grass, will be included. Boardwalks will be installed in the wetlands so that nature enthusiasts can see the variety of waterfowl and fish that reside there. We’ll also provide information signage along the trails so hikers will know what species are common in the area, and can take note of the flora and fauna they see.

flowers at kincora

We’d like to thank Brian Chromey of Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc., Ryan David of Urban Ltd., John Gibson of Tri-State Company, Mike Scott of Norton Scott and Trish Mayhew of TRITEC for their hard work on this continuing project at Kincora.

One day soon, these areas will be open for the greater Loudoun County community to explore and we are excited to continue our efforts toward that time.

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