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The Brookline Rail Trail winds through the New Hampshire woods and passes by several small bodies of water, including the Potanipo Pond. The rail-trail has two segments, known as the Brookline Rail Trail (the main trail) and the Brookline Rail Trail (Tevya Section). Both are about 2 miles long for a total of 4.5 miles. Please note that during the summer the Tevya Section is closed to the public for use by a local camp. Horseback riding, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling are possible on the main Brookline Rail Trail segment.
At the Tevya section's southern endpoint, it is possible to connect with the 1.5-mile Potanipo Rail Trail via either a rough off-road trail or the bike path that runs alongside Route 13. Further north, the main segment of the Brookline Rail Trail picks up off Route 13, running parallel to it through the woods until it meets the 3-mile Granite Town Rail Trail.
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