The Heritage Trail

Photo Courtesy of the Phillips Historical Society (Beal Block)

Photo Courtesy of the Phillips Historical Society (Beal Block)

The Fly Rod Crosby trail will eventually wind 45 miles from Strong, through the Sandy River Valley, around Saddleback Mountain, to Oquossoc over Rangeley Lake. The central portion of the trail has been built from Phillips to Saddleback. Along the way, it links a landscape rich in natural and cultural history.

In the pages below, please find sites and topics of interest along the trail in Phillips, Madrid, and Sandy River Plantation.

Cornelia Fly Rod Crosby

Phillips

Reeds Junction

 

Other interesting links:

Sandy River and Rangeley Lakes Railroad Museum

Strong, a Mussul Unsquit Village

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