Length: 9.6 miles
Connects to: Hogback Mountain
The Frye Mountain section of the Georges Highland Path is located 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 Georges River, and crosses Frye’s summit at 1,122 feet.
Download the printable trail map
Directions to the Trailhead
From the intersection of Routes 3 and 220 in Liberty, follow 220 north for 6.5 miles to Walker Ridge Road on the right. Park at the Dept. of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife maintenance building lot and walk up the gravel road 0.3 miles to trailhead on right (see map).
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