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The Warner Rail Trail and the Bagley Field Rail Trail are part of the Concord-Lake Sunapee Rail Trail, an eventual 34-mile rail-trail connecting Lake Sunapee and Concord, New Hampshire's state capital. Currently separated by a gap of two miles, work has started that will extend the Bagley Rail Trail closer to Warner. Both trails have a hardpacked, stone-dust surface.
Running parallel to the Warner River and NH-103, the Bagley Field Rail Trail is a straight, 0.7-mile trail. The rail-trail travels through woodland as it heads northwest past the Bagley Field sports fields and across the Warner River via a restored steel truss bridge spanning one hundred feet.
Heading northwest from the Dalton Covered Bridge to Warner's charming downtown, the 0.3-mile Warner Rail Trail includes a story walk. For the youngsters on the trail, there is a fun and novel element to this trail. Starting at the Pilsbury Free Library on Depot Street, a story is revealed page-by-page over the course of twenty-one podiums placed along the route. There is a new story every month.
Parking is available on Depot Street and along Bagley Field Rail Trail as it parallels the Warner River and NH-103. Visit the TrailLink map for all options and detailed directions.
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