Roland Bergeron Bike Path

New Hampshire

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Roland Bergeron Bike Path Facts

States: New Hampshire
Counties: Hillsborough
Length: 6 miles
Trail end points: Albuquerque Avenue & Charles Bancroft Highway and Albuquerque Avenue & Cranberry Lane
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 10241337

Roland Bergeron Bike Path Description

The Roland Bergeron Bike Path runs about 6 miles alongside nearly the entirety of Albuquerque Avenue in Litchfield, NH.

Completed in 2010, the 8-ft wide asphalt path averages about 5 yards in from the busy roadway, occasionally & briefly veering inward behind the cover of trees. There are several hilly sections.

The path crosses Albuquerque Avenue to resume on the other side at the Hillcrest Road intersection, which is an all-way stop. The are a couple other road crossings and several that run along the end of roads that meet Albuquerque.

The trail is kept plowed in the wintertime.

Parking and Trail Access

There is no dedicated public parking at either end; but along Cranberry Lane, adjacent to the trail end is a small dirt outlet that can accommodate a couple of vehicles. You may also be able to park at the Town Hall /Police station/Fire station at 2 Liberty Way. 

Roland Bergeron Bike Path Reviews

Great Ride Many Don’t Know About

I only started riding this trail this year and after primarily riding rail trails I found it a refreshing challenge. It varies in elevation so it is more challenging than say a Londonderry or Derry. However the best part is that it is MUCH less crowded! I tend to go here on the weekends simply because there won’t be nearly as many people on it. There are a few places to park along the trail, but I recommend the fire station or school. It is not the most scenic ride (it is not bad by any means but not as good as other trails), but the challenge and convenience factors rate it high in my book.

Good Commuter Trail

This trail goes along a road, through residential areas and by a couple of parks. It's very safe with some road crossings. It's a bit confusing because the bike path continues after the "End" sign. If you're particularly looking for a scenic ride, this isn't it. However, it's the perfect trail for commuting or to go back and forth on to put in some miles.


This trail is perfect for riding your bike through the woods, fun and scenic!

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