Warm Brook Trail Loop Topo Map

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The ski and snowshoe trails at Higley Flow State Park have been cut through old pine and hardwood forests planted in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). The trails are multiple-use trails, shared in winter by hikers, skiers, snowshoers, and snowmobilers, but the snowmobiles do not use the ski/snowshoe trails. Park roads are not plowed in the winter, leaving 4.5 miles of snow-covered roadways through six different campsite loops. Here the public can enjoy a variety of winter recreational activities, including skiing, snowshoeing, and ice fishing. In addition to the unplowed campsite roads, the park has four other ski/snowshoe trails that were developed through the cooperative efforts of the park staff and such volunteer groups as Adirondack Mountain Club, college ski teams, local outing clubs, and town employees. Surface quality: Groomed and tracked.
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Colton, New York

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