Burntbridge Pond Trail

Burntbridge Pond Trail – This red-marked hiking/biking/snowmobile trail starts at a parking lot on NYS Route 3 approximately 2 miles northeast of the hamlet of Cranberry Lake. The trail runs south toward an arm of Cranberry Lake. At 1.4 miles it intersects a trail coming from the DEC Cranberry Lake Campground (a.k.a., Bear Mt Trail). From the intersection with the Bear Mt. Trail, follow the trail south for 1.6 miles to Brandy Brook Flow. From here, the Burntbridge Pond Trail goes left/east, while the CL50 continues straight/south, following red markers for another 0.3 miles. At this point, the CL50 begins to follow the blue-marked Dog Pond Loop Trail. The red-marked trail continues to the right briefly, ending at the shore of the lake. Total distance from the Bear Mt. Trail intersection is 1.9 miles.

Burntbridge Pond Trail

Burntbridge Pond Trail – This red-marked hiking/biking/snowmobile trail starts at a parking lot on NYS Route 3 approximately 2 miles northeast of the hamlet of Cranberry Lake. The trail runs south toward an arm of Cranberry Lake. At 1.4 miles it intersects a trail coming from the DEC Cranberry Lake Campground (Bear Mt Trail).

Bear Mt. is an excellent side trip and offers wonderful views of the lake. Continuing on, the trail reaches Brandy Brook flow at 3.0 miles. The CL50 goes straight along the flow changing to the blue-marked Dog Pond Loop Trail.

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