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Ashuwillticook Rail Trail

Well Maintained and Peaceful Ride

June, 2019 by tnjgronberg

Great scenery along the entire route. We started at the south end and rode all the way to the north end and back.

Upper Charles Trail

Upper Charles

June, 2019 by hinksonpmj

Great trail did 27 miles. Part is paved and smooth - a traffic crossing at highway on/off ramps to watch out at - otherwise awesome section. 2nd half stone dust portion was awesome as well. Excellent condition and peaceful. The only reason I did not give it 5 stars is I only saw one bathroom-ports potty in my 27 miles. Could have been more but I didn’t see them

Nashua River Rail Trail

Great trail, not crazy about the parking

June, 2019 by albern36

The parking lot is completely closed. The signs tell you to park in Depot Square or Fitchburg, which is a joke. If you go down Groton Street you can pick the trail up right above the construction zone. As for parking, I parked on Park Street next to the Dunkin Donuts, pretty much just across the street. Given the construction and the parking situation, I think the town can do better than to tell people to potentially park in Fitchburg.

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Farmington River Trail

Excellent

June, 2019 by yiwang100

This is the 1st trail I rode since started biking 7 years ago. It is still one of my favorites. Close to the north end there is a small town with nice restaurants and a surprisingly good small museum displaying local history. It is well worth a visit.

Nashua River Rail Trail

The Bumps are Better

June, 2019 by allankamieneski

We stopped going on this trail 2 years ago because the bumps from the tree roots were getting really bad. Whoever maintains this trail has paved over a lot of the trouble spots so the trail is much smoother. We went on it today and had a great ride. There are still some bumps, but not near as many as there were before. Thank you to whoever maintains this trail!

Fort Hill Recreational Rail Trail

Very typical trail for this region of NH.

June, 2019 by ktrenaud

The trail description in the intro is quite accurate. It's a little gem but rough around the edges. The river makes this route. If it wasn't there I certainly wouldn't bother. Forget a road bike. Hybrids should be OK but don't get too comfy. This trail's changing surface & overgrown vegetation will keep you engaged. I also wouldn't bring small children unless you don't mind walking long stretches where the grass gets so thick it makes for difficult pedaling. Don't bother going after a significant rain. This is a wet trail for sure. Make sure to bring your camera & start at Dole's junction on the southern end of the trail.

Farmington Canal Heritage Trail

Very Nicely Paved Trail

May, 2019 by stvatandem

My wife and I rode our tandem from the Brickyard Rd Trailhead northward to the Phelps Rd Trailhead (just short of the MA line). The route is pretty well marked and the pavement is good. Most of the trail/roadway crossings have pedestrian/cyclist buttons to trigger the traffic warning signals and the cars do stop when they see you standing at the crosswalk.
Regarding places to eat: We only saw a sign for one business along the trail. I recommend doing a google search ahead of time to see what's nearby and plan accordingly.

Hoot, Toot and Whistle Trail

Overall it was pretty good. Not something i would take a bicycle on, very uneven narrow trails. However it is an enjoyable walk which can be traversed by almost anyone.

May, 2019 by kparent392013

Overall it was pretty good. Not something i would take a bicycle on, very uneven narrow trails. However it is an enjoyable walk which can be traversed by almost anyone.

Ashuwillticook Rail Trail

Nice Ride Overall

May, 2019 by airalapb

I rode the 24 mile loop it's pretty much a gradual descent from South to North overall it's in great condition lots of benches and some picnic like tables along route. There are however locations where either roots have damaged the pavement or buckling has occurred they are spray painted and there is signage indicating they are coming up they are pretty high 3-4 inches so keep an eye out for them. These locations are within 4 miles of South parking lot by the mall. I will ride again for sure.

Cheshire Rail Trail (Cheshire Branch Rail Trail)

nice trail where improved

May, 2019 by airmanxx

Rode from the start near Keene ice north to Hwy 12. All paved until you cross Rt. 9 where it turns to hardpack. nice ride through golf course. Gets a bit rough north of Hurricane road. eventually started dropping to singletrack in places; just past huge former landfill just before Hwy 12 it got too wet to continue (early May). Gentle ~1% grade. This ride was good on my gravel bike. Mountain would be ideal but not necessary. Saw a few on fat bikes- overkill, but do not know whats north of 12. Moderate use on a Saturday afternoon closer to the city, including one horse.

Nashua River Rail Trail

Parking Lot Closed 4/29/19 To 12/31/19

April, 2019 by 12packjojo

Parked at the Ayer end today, just off of Park St and when we came back a notice was on our car from the Montachusett Regional Transit Authority. It said the lot will be closed for construction and VERY limited parking will be available at Depot Square. They don't want anyone, mostly commuters using the local train station, to park on any of the area streets during this time.

We only went 2 miles and returned and it was all paved, very smooth with markings for any small dips. I didn't see any big cracks so unless you're on roller blades, I don't think they're an issue. It was busy being a Sunday, but a very nice walk of mostly woods and small bodies of water.

Assabet River Rail Trail

Hudson side in Winter

April, 2019 by karen.nadeau

I discovered this winter that the Hudson side of the trail (unlike the Marlborough side) has no snow and ice removal. We went there to walk several times this winter and it was impassable.

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