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Merrimack Valley NH Biking Trails

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New Hampshire Merrimack Valley Biking



new hampshire mountain biking,nh bike trailsHOPKINTON

Hopkinton-Everett Reservoir
Dunbarton, Route 13
The “Hop-Ev” recreation area is over 8,000 acres and offers advanced intermediate to expert terrain with nearly 20 miles of trails. As a reminder, be prepared for other trail users, this is a multi-use system and is open to ATV’s, trailbikes, hikers, and equestrians, too.

ALLENSTOWN

Bear Brook State Forest 
Allenstown; Rte 28 
10,000 acre Park,
Length: 10.1 miles
Phone: 485-9874
Open year round.
A multitude of trails criss-cross the 10,000 acre park. Bear Brook offers a varied level of challenges for the mountain biker.

CONCORD

Sewalls Falls 
Sewalls Falls Rd. connects to Fischerville Rd. and Mountain Rd. in Concord. The trails are on either side of the road immediately on the west side of the Merrimack river. Sewall’s Falls areas are easy enough for the whole family.
Length: 3 to 6 miles

DERRY

Fremont Rockingham Recreational Trail 
Derry trailhead, go south on SR28 for 1.5 miles. At Windham Depot Road, turn right heading west and follow signs. The trailhead for Fremont is on SR107
Length: 18 miles multiuse
22.5 miles, Fremont to Windham Depot. In use, surfaced with mix of original ballast and earth.

HOLLIS

Beaver Brook 
117 Ridge Farm 
Ph# (603) 465-7787
Length: 35 miles of trails are located throughout the 2,000 acre nature preserve.

MANCHESTER

Lake Massabesic – Manchester Water Works Trails 
Take Highway 101 East to Exit 1. You will find yourself at a traffic circle, go half way around and exit on Route 28, the park will be a few hundred feet further on your left.
Length: 14 miles
(Intermediate)
Always a popular riding spot because it is so close to Manchester. Not too many steep hills or serious terrain. If you are spending the day be sure to travel over to nearby Tower Hill or even bear Brook State Park. This is the location of the annual “Watershed Wahoo” MTB race.

Sunset Ridge Loop 
From Rt. 101 take exit 1, north on Rt.28 by-pass, left onto Wellington Rd. after 2 miles turn left onto Eastern Ave. and then left onto Old Wellington Rd, then right onto Karatzas, follow to end of pavement. Trailhead is the left.
Length: 2 – 3miles
(Intermediate single and double tracks)
The gravel fireroad drops down the hill about 100 yards before you get to ledges or the single track. Trails mostly loop back to the area that you started from. Some ledge riding with fun jumps alongside 101. A good downhill run that twists and turns down though a grove of Oak trees and boulders with one 5 foot drop, that can be circumvented if your not up to it. Once down on the flat, cross the brook into some old growth white pine for a fast loop. You can also exit the trail here into the Govenor’s Hill Housing developement. Work your way back up the hill and stay to your right there are a couple more trails that follow old feild berms with lots of dips and mounds in the trail

MERRIMACK

Back River Road 
Take Route 3 South to exit 12. Once you exit, turn left at the light and then take your first right onto Back River Road. Proceed for .5 mile down Back River Road, the trail starts just after the first building on the right.
Length: 5 miles
(Advanced- Trails are rugged)



NASHUA

Mine Falls Park 
Take exit 5 A, off Everett Turnpike, follow loop around, toward Simon St., take Whipple St. – Or you can go 111 West through Nashua, go past Main St. and before you get on the Everett Turnpike, take Simon St. on right to Whipple St.
Soccer Fields – 7 to 8 professional fields
325 Acre park, nice hiking & walking along Merrimack River.
Length: 20 miles of multiuse trails.
Partially Paved – Great ride with kids.
(Beginner/Advanced)

NORTHWOOD

Northwood Meadows State Park
Off of NH Rte 4 
Length : 5.5 miles 
Ph# (603) 436-1552 
This park is really excellent for the beginner and for family riding. There are trails around Meadow Lake and farther a field.

RAYMOND & NOTTINGHAM

Pawtuckaway State Park 
Rte 156 & Mountain Rd. 
5600 acre Park
Length: 15 miles
(Beginner/Advanced)
Ph# (603) 895-3031
This park has over 5,600 acres to explore and all levels of riding terrain are offered.

WEARE

Clough State Park
77 Trail
Trailhead parking at Everett Lake is 5 miles east of Weare on Everett-Mansion Road
Length: 6.6 mile out & back route.

Reacreational Rail Trails

(Boscawen-Lebanon) 
59.3 miles

Manchester/Lawrence Recreational Trail 
(Salem-Windham) 
5.4 miles
(Londonderry) 
3.3 miles

Rockingham Recreational Trail, Fremont Branch 
(Route 107 Fremont-Route 28 Derry) 
12 miles

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