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    Spruce Bog Trail

    Grafton Lakes State Park, New York
    Distance2.5mi
    Elevation Gain655ft
    Trailhead Elevation1,478ft
    Top1,656ft
    Elevation Min/Max1475/1656ft
    Elevation Start/End1478/1478ft

    Spruce Bog Trail

    Spruce Bog Trail is a hiking trail in Town of Grafton, New York. It is within Grafton Lakes State Park. It is 2.5 miles long and begins at 1,478 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 5.0 miles with a total elevation gain of 655 feet. The Mill Pond Parking is near the trailhead. This trail connects with the following: Fire Tower Road.

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    Ballston, NY
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    3/8/2014
    We did this trail in early March. Snowpack was very good in the woods. The trail is shared with snowshoers and hikers, but we had no problems navigating on skis. This is a very nice loop, and quite windy, requiring a little extra skill. The trail along Long Pond was pretty well tracked by snowshoers and hikers, so we just slipped out onto the pond, which was much easier traveling. At the end of Long Pond, it's a little tricky where you cross over to Second Pond. We crossed the bridge, then cut over to Second Pond, and then skied across the pond to the picnic area on the far side. Then follow the road (Second Pond Road) up a short hill to the left, where the trail will head into the woods on the right back to Mill Pond. The trailhead is well marked by a sign on the right.

    One note: upon entering the park, there is a sign that says "XC-Ski Parking". Don't follow this! Just stay straight on the main road to the parking area to Mill Pond, and following the trail will be easy from there.
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    Grafton Lakes State Park
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    Grafton Lakes State Park
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    Snowmobiling
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    Grafton Lakes State Park
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