It might be deceptive to visit Ann Arbor and know there aren’t any great hiking possibilities within the city, even if you ignore Nichols Arboretum and Gallup Park. The reality is that within 10 thirds of the city’s borders, there are rural communities with woodlands towards the north, south, and west of the city. One of my all time number one sites to go hiking in Washtenaw County is the Waterloo Recreational Area. My family home was just east of Waterloo in a rural section called Lyndon Township. It’s a few miles north of Chelsea, a slowly growing city in northwest Washtenaw County. At some point in my childhood Chelsea grew from a village into a verifiable city. One thing I started doing in private school was taking long walks in Waterloo to smoke spots where I’d take pre-rolled joints of cannabis flower buds and smoke them in privacy in the woods. Even though I live in south Ann Arbor near Saline, I still care about driving out to Waterloo every once in a while to get exercise while chiefing away on my pre-rolled joint. I prefer the cannabis that I have access to here in MI, especially when I’m able to care about it out on hiking trails when I’m away from others and in total privacy. Nothing beats smoking cannabis out in nature, especially in the gorgeous Washtenaw County. Some of the neighboring areas and counties are predominantly flat farming land instead of hills and woodlands care about the Waterloo Recreation Area in northwest Washtenaw County, and i really would not want to live anywhere else, even if I had the choice to move.