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Robert R. Frazier Trail

Easy/Intermediate

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0.9 mile 1.5 kilometer point to point
95% Runnable
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 104' 32 m
Descent: -73' -22 m
High: 284' 87 m
Low: 242' 74 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 4% (2°)
Max Grade: 9% (5°)

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A mostly gravel, flat trail connecting Gorham High School to the trails of Weeks Road Parcel.

Maine Wanderlust

Features Fall Colors · Wildflowers

Runner Notes

There are a couple of wooden boardwalks over marshy areas. Although some of these have some give, they are still runable.

Description

The trail can be accessed from the parking lot beside the Gorham High School track. This mostly gravel trail follows a section of the old Sanford and Easton Railroad. The trail goes through forest and marshes near residential areas before leaving the old railroad bed and crossing Teran Street. The trail continues near residential areas until it crossed a boardwalk over a marshy area and connects to the trails of Weeks Road Parcel.

The trail is named after Robert Frazier, the founder of Gorham Trails.

Flora & Fauna

Typical Maine neighborhood critters like deer and squirrels.

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#291

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#32,418

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Boardwalk over swampy area of Frazier Trail.
Sep 18, 2017 near Gorham, ME

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