Step into the dappled sunlight and shadows of the Karstland Interpretive Trail. Peer over the rims of collapse and solution sinkholes and wander through an interesting sunken valley called a uvala. The karst terrain is very active and unstable, as can be seen in the “drunken forest” where trees tilt haphazardly in many directions. It is important to stay on the trail as there may be crevasses, sinkholes, or fissures camouflaged by the thick vegetation. Look for squirrel middens and other signs of wildlife along the way.