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Quiet, hidden trail. No obstructions and could navigate well on snowpacked gravel trail. Was a relaxing walk as there were no unleashed dogs or unmasked people.
I started at the historic fort phoenix on green street admiring the different architecture of the homes. Ride was easy, not crowded, just a bit too short. But a pleasant surprise after talking with fellow bikers. At the end of the phoenix trail, take a right onto Mattapoisett neck road, 1/2 mile on left is a cove, picnic tables overlooking the harbor. Continuing on Mattapoisett neck road 1.5 miles into a cul de sac, on the right there is a wooded trail you can bike to the water with a view of Brandt island.
The only reason i gave it a 3 was because i like a longer bike trail
I recently rode almost the entire Cape Cod Rail Trail starting in Yarmouth at Peter Homer Park and ending at its terminus in Wellfleet. The entire path is paved, mostly shaded, in near perfect condition and is wide enough to accommodate many people using the trail. There are many trailheads that allow you to ride the trail for as long as you'd like. Orleans is a perfect stop to get something to eat or visit the bike shop there.
There is one short on road section that was very well marked and offered a wide bike lane to protect riders. There are numerous road crossings throughout the trail most of which are quiet two lane roads that were very lightly trafficked even on a Saturday but there are a few that were busier intersections. I must say that all of the drivers were beyond respectful to the trail riders, some of the best drivers I have interacted with and I have rode trails in many states along the east coast.
The trail was very busy on a lovely Fall afternoon, just be courteous and patient when passing and you will enjoy the Cape Cod Rail Trail!
Did this trail 3 times in two days that is how great it is!
It's a nice little ride but interrupted by a number of street crossings.The southern end is behind the CVS on Ocean Street (rte 139) in Marshfield. The northern end is behind Marshfield Auto Body on Station Street off of Summer St. Parking at the northern end is limited. There is no signage that identifies it as the Bridle Trail on either end.
I’m not use to long distance riding, I parked in wellfleet and rode all the way to Dennis and back. Beautiful trail especially near the Brewster area where you can go swimming and plenty of places to eat along the way
Sand dunes and beach need I say more! There are definitely some hills, I’m going back in the fall to check out the beach Forrest
Trail for all levels. Fun with the family.
...for strolling through the woods solo, with a friend, a family, or your dog. Shaded and flat, well maintained and feels almost private. A great find.
Really lovely trail. Beautiful scenic views. Definitely a hilly ride but definitely worth it if you have a little experience. Easier with a road bike!
Perfect place for bike riding. I’m one who does not like to bike on streets and this is the perfect place. Two paths on both sides of canal. Biked both and they’re both great. Parking at either end on both sides. Will definitely be back.
Easily my favorite set of trails, the Provinceland Trails never fail to disappoint. A roller coaster of a trail, with constant up and downs and tight curves, a skilled rider could easily hit 20 mph (30 km/h). And there’s no shame in walking the bike up a few of the hills, since in the end the views are worth it. Can’t wait to do it again!
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