The Dan Glazier Forest covers much of the southern edge of Diamond Match Ridge. From the hillside it is possible to see Brushy Mountain and the upper cliffs of Rattlesnake Gutter to the south and part of the Mount Toby complex to the west. The forest, which was leveled by the 1938 hurricane, is mixed hardwood, pine and hemlock. There is a series of rock outcroppings on the western side.
Because the property borders open land to the south and a power line to the west, there is a variety of forest and forest-edge habitats. Breeding birds include a Black-billed Cuckoo and Eastern Towhee (both at the power line edge), and Red-eyed Vireo, Hermit Thrush, Black-throated Green and Yellow-rumped Warblers, and Scarlet Tanager in the forest itself.
RGT plans to develop hiking trails through this 57 acre property.