This is a snowmobile trail; please be aware of snowmobilers. Trail passes are required for snowmobilers.
This portion of Corridor 9
starts at Snowmobile Junction HT18 and runs northward. It travels through a Birch and Hemlock
Forest down to the swamps. At Snowmobile Junction SV12, the trail turns left. It passes by King Corner Road
before arriving at Route 8A. It follows 8A, then turns right on the road to KDM Forest. It continues along the road past the upper parking area and re-enters the woods.
Here, the trail follows Klingholt Road
all the way to Snowmobile Junction SV08. Corridor 9
turns right and passes by Stark Cemetery, in a short distance. At Snowmobile Junction SV19, Corridor 9
turns left. *If you take a right, it'll bring you to King Corner Road
. It follows a portion of Horton Road, then turns right in an open area. It crosses over a washed out area, then turns left to follow Hawley Road. It exits the woods and passes by a cow pasture, along a dirt road.
The trail continues straight into the woods on the other side. This next area is somewhat confusing with all the side roads; adhere to the most direct path, and you shouldn't have any trouble. Eventually, you'll arrive at Chapel Road, where the trail crosses over into a field. *Though the SledMass app shows a small spur that branches southward towards Haskins Road, it doesn't appear to be an active trail any longer.
After passing through another open field, the trail runs into the Tilton Brook Trail
. It coincides with the Tilton Brook Trail
to Tilton Road, where it turns left. At Snowmobile Junction SV24, it turns left to follow Bannis Road
. At Snowmobile Junction SV23, the trail turns left to follow Haskins Road. At the yellow gate, the trail turns right into the woods. It descends down to Center Road, then winds its way right. The trail turns left (just after the house) and re-enters the woods. It eventually connects to Brown Road and follows it northward to Snowmobile Junction AD04/ SV34. Turn left to continue along Corridor 9