Birding · Historical Significance · Wildlife
Need to Know
Portions of this trail coincide with a snowmobile trail; please be aware of snowmobilers.
Parking, at either end of this trail, is limited.
Starting off Route 112, the trail begins a steady ascent up to the ridge. On the east side of the road, there's a small kiosk with purple maps for the Ridge Hill Trail. It coincides with Corridor 93 (BRSC)
for a short ways, then continues straight. It climbs up to the ridgeline, then turns left along the top of the ridge. The trail descends down to a large Oak tree, where it turns sharply to the right. It descends the other side of the ridge, then re-connects with a snowmobile trail to the left. It travels along the snowmobile trail, through the Pines, to Snowmobile Junction BR14. Here, the trail turns right to Bailey Road.
Flora & Fauna
Flora: Hop Hornbeam, Beech, Sugar Maple, Striped Maple, Eastern Hemlock, Red Pine, Grey Birch, Paper Birch, White Pine, Hickory, Oak.
Fungi: Tinder Polypore, Birch Polypore.
Fauna: Pileated Woodpecker, Gray Squirrel, Black-Capped Chickadee
, Moose (tracks), Coyote (scat and tracks).
Shared By: David Smith