This is, primarily, a snowmobile trail; please be wary of snowmobilers. A pass may be required to use this trail.
This trails starts from Snowmobile Junction AD01 and runs west, coinciding with Sucker Brook Trail
. It coincides with Adams Sno-Drifters Trail
, running southward. At Snowmobile Junction AD02, the trail connects with Corridor 9
for a short ways. At Junction AD03, Corridor 9
leaves (on the left) and Corridor 2 coincides with "S" Turns Trail
. It runs past Junction AD06, where Corridor 9
ties back in (from the right).
Coinciding with Corridor 9
, the trail passes through Ayrhill Farms, Stafford Hill Wildlife Management Area, and some cornfields. It loosely follows Harbor Road to the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail
and turns left; here is the only place where snowmobiles are permitted on the bike trail. It turns right off the bike trail and ascends a small hill. It crosses over Route 8 and parallels Fred Mason Road, along a trail in the woods. It coincides with Reservoir Road Trail
, passing Junctions AD08 and AD09.
At Snowmobile Junction AD10, Corridor 9
(leaves forward left), while Corridor 2 turns right. It runs north/northeast, paralleling West Mountain Road, then crosses over. It runs through the Greylock Glen, along part of the Glen Meadow Loop
. According to the Adams Sno-Drifters Club, there's some confusion with the DCR about the actual route through here. The trail isn't marked well (through here) and isn't exactly clear.
At the unsigned Snowmobile Junction AD19, Corridor 2 turns forward left, following an old road. It passes by the obscure Pipeline Trail
(on the right). The trail follows Notch Road and Rockwell Road to its end at Snowmobile Junction AD16.