There are two main permanent attractions at Manitoga: hiking trails and the house, studio, and surrounding landscape.
The hiking trails at Manitoga are open all year long. While they are nearby the Manitoga house, studio, and gardens, the buildings at Manitoga cannot be seen from the hiking trails. Anyone can explore the hiking trails at Manitoga, and are not required to follow a tour guide. There are five main hiking trails at Manitoga:
· Boulders Osio is a short and easy path.
· Chestnut Oak Osio is another short and easy path.
· Wickopee Loop is a moderate trail that crosses the log bridge.
· White Pine Loop is a moderate trail that crosses a stepping stone stream.
· Lost Pond Loop is the hardest trail at Manitoga and requires enough endurance to cross rocky and steep sections.
Aside from the hiking trails at Manitoga, visitors can explore the house, studio, and surrounding landscape. It’s important to note visitors can only explore the actual buildings of Manitoga with a tour guide. A tour guide will take you and your group throughout Wright’s home, studio, and gardens. It also should be noted this tour requires a lot of walking and a moderate hike, so be sure to wear a comfy outfit and pair of shoes! Photo: Manitoga
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