OT05 - outer Tamarack - End of Brunner's Way
Sparsely populated, the foothills of the mountain are a broad sweep of green, rocky land riddled with upthrust proof that this area's past held more than its share of rockslides, not all of them minor.
Forests of untamed tamarack and pine, maple and other sturdy trees blanket the slopes beyond the grassy valley, only occasionally interrupted by the fine lines of private drives and signs of human life. Deer prove a persistent pest this far from the busier town, and gardens are rife with deterrents of all kinds.
Brunner's Way ends roughly at the midpoint of Salvation West and East in a broad circle of graded dirt, though a narrower trail veers off to climb the mountainside as a bridle path.