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Corridor 2 (FL MTNS)

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This small portion of trail comprises the Florida Mountaineers' section of Corridor 2.


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11.2

Miles

18.0

KM

89%

Runnable

1,977' 603 m

High

715' 218 m

Low

1,552' 473 m

Up

1,841' 561 m

Down

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

31%

Max Grade (17°)

Dogs Unknown

Features River/Creek · Wildlife

Please refer to the Florida Mountaineers' website for trail closures and postings. This trail is for winter use only when snow covered.

Need to Know

This is, primarily, a snowmobile trail; please be wary of snowmobilers. A trail pass is required (for snowmobilers).

Description

This portion of Corridor 2 starts from Snowmobile Junction AD01 and runs northwest through a field. It coincides with New State Road for a short ways, then enters the woods. It parallels New State Road, then runs along it to Haskin's Trail. It coincides with Haskin's Trail to the left over Florida Road and through Savoy Campground.

It then crosses over Florida Road, again and runs northward to Savoy Road. The trail follows Savoy Road to the left, then turns right onto an old woods road. It follows along South County Road past Snowmobile Junction FL01. It crosses over Route 2, then winds its way through the Reed Brook Preserve.

At the bottom of Whitcomb Hill Road, the trail crosses over the bridge. It follows the railroad tracks to the right, then turns left into the woods. It winds its way up to Hoosic Tunnel Loop Trail and coincides with a portion of it. It continues following Tunnel Road to the junction with Steele Brook Road Trail (on the right). This portion of Corridor 2 ends at what was once Snowmobile Junction IH33.

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Old Privy off Hoosic Tunnel Loop Trail.
Jan 28, 2019 near Charlemont, MA

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