Follow the links below to view panoramic images along Little Angel Spring Trail. Once the image has loaded you can drag it left or right. You can also enlarge the image by clicking on "+". The best views will be whole screen views. The images you will see here were taken in the third week of October of 2012.
An overlook from Little Angel Spring (click on the + to enlarge and the screen icon to fill your screen.
STaAll of our trails start behind the Joan White Howell Environmental Education Center. This view is looking toward the north over the Annie White Wetland.
This view is looking north across the Annie White Wetland Dam.
At the north end of the Annie White Dam you will see trail signs. The PRIDE trail turns to the left; the Little Angel Spring trail turns to the right.
Hiking east through mixed oak hickory and beech forest. Some very large trees here and one of the few places you can see white oak adjacent to the trail
Continuing East on Little Angel Spring Trail through the Dr. James Sanders White Managed Woodland
As you approach the Ken Weddle Learning Center for Sight-Impaired Children, the trail branches to the left. You will see a sign indicating Little Angel Spring.
The two preceding panoramas are the Ken Weddle Learning Center for Sight-Impaired Children.
After you pass the learning center, the trail crosses a natural gas pipeline. On the north side of the pipeline easment, you enter the Joan White Howell Nature Preserve.