River/Creek · Wildlife
This trail is gated (at both ends), but foot traffic is still permitted.
This trail is for winter use only when snow covered.
Need to Know
Though this is typically used as a snowmobile trail, foot travel is permitted.
This section of Corridor 11 starts from the top of Zealand Trail (Corridor 11)
, and runs south along Zealand Road. The trail turns right and follows Forest Road 620. It takes a sharp right and travels northwest. The trail turns and travels west, over the base of North Sugarloaf
. The trail passes by an obscure singletrack (on the left), marked with red paint. This trail appears to climb up the western side of North Sugarloaf
. Roughly, 0.5 miles from this singletrack trail, you'll come to Junction 812.
The trail to the right will lead you to the Carroll Recreation Area and the trail to the left, continues Corridor 11 (along the Tuttle Brook Trail
Flora & Fauna
Flora: Sedge, Ferns, Cinquefoil, Spatulate-Leaved Sundew.
Fauna: Red Squirrels, Bear (scat), Moose (tracks), Deer Flies.
Shared By: David Smith