WW01 - Wilderness - Mill Road - Regrowth
Once milled without care to the local wildlife, initiatives thirty years past have seen rows of young trees planted upon the slowly rising slope of Salvation's foot, some thriving more than others. Without the older undergrowth to contend with, the area is a popular one for hikers up Mill Road, and it is not at all uncommon to see tents sprouting up like peculiarly colourful mushrooms in the warmer seasons, trees tall enough to offer shade.
With the mill just to the south, the long and sunny road is well-tended, air carrying little more than the spice of sap, old tannin and the humid water-scents of the river's rushing flow. A thin trail has been worn off toward a clearing by the bank with a better view.