Georges Highland Path - Frye Mountain
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From the intersection of ME Routes 3 and 220 in Liberty, follow ME Route 220 north for 6.5 miles to Walker Ridge Road on the right. Park at the ME Deptartment of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife maintenance building lot and walk up gravel road 0.3 miles to trailhead on right.
The Frye Mountain section of the Georges Highland Path trail system is located in Montville, ME, within the 5,240-acre state-owned Frye Mountain Wildlife Management Area. This “lollipop” trail passes through mixed and coniferous forests, parallels a wonderful stretch of Bartlett Stream, the northern-most feeder stream of the St. George River, and crosses Frye’s summit at 1,139 feet.
The Georges Highland Path network of conservation trails is a project of the Georges River Land Trust.
No overnight camping is allowed.
Leashed dogs are permitted. Please clean up after your pet!
Visit Georges River Land Trust online for more information or contact:
Georges River Land Trust
8 North Main Street, Suite 200
Rockland, ME 04841
Phone: (207) 594-5166
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Leave No Trace Principle
Plan Ahead and Prepare
Be prepared to find your way home. Familiarize yourself with the area before you set out and bring your map and compass along.