This is primarily a snowmobile trail; please be aware of snowmobilers.
This section of Corridor 9
starts at the intersection of Penobscot Road
and Hunt Road, at Snowmobile Junction BR01. It follows the Bog Trail
until it reaches the Old County Road, then turns right. It passes by the Old Town Commons, then turns left (just after the road). It follows Forget Road, then turns left when it reaches the pavement. It turns left through a field; look on the tree for the Corridor 9
sign. Here, the trail travels along a narrow corridor through a remote part of the forest.
The trail continues until you reach East Road, at Snowmobile Junction BR04. Here, there is a small cluster of old cellarholes. Left, along East Road, will give you an alternate back to Corridor 9
. Corridor 9
follows Labelle Road, then turns left just before coming out into civilization. It arcs around, then travels south to a beaver pond. It turns away from the pond and runs into Snowmobile Junction BR06. This junction is the other end of the alternate trail. Corridor 9
stays right, then travels along the edge of a field.
It parallels Labelle Road as it descends down to Dodge Road. It passes through a field, just after Dodge Road, then re-enters the woods. In a short distance, it arrives at Snowmobile Junction BR07; left will lead you along Secondary 2, right will keep you on 93. It comes out to Clesson Brook
Road via an old dirt road. Follow the edge of Clesson Brook
Road to the right, then left at the bridge. Turn right to follow along the stone wall into the woods. Here, the trail climbs steeply back into a small portion of the KDM Forest. It travels around a large bog or swamp through a rocky uneven section.
At Brown Road, the trail turns right, then left into the woods. It travels southward to Snowmobile Junction HT08/ BR08. It turns eastward and travels down to Apple Valley Road. It travels a poorly marked section through the field, paralleling Tatro Road. It travels east, then crosses over Tatro Road (near the marked telephone pole). After the fields, it turns through a small gate, then travels through the woods. *The trail intersects with another trail system here, possible the Sanderson Academy Trail
It travels around the northern edge of the Bear Swamp Reservation, then turns southward towards an open field. It travels diagonally to an opening in the trees, then heads towards a large rock. It travels diagonally to the northeast corner of the last field. The trail ends at Snowmobile Junction BR10.