|Blueberry Mountain - Glencliff, NH Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures|
Directions - From route 93 in plymouth take route 25 west to rotary,
continue on 25 for about 20 miles and look for High Street on right.
You will see a sign for Glencliff home for the elderly, no im not punking
you. About a mile up road take a left on dirt road and look for small
parking lot on left at about .7 miles.
Description - The good news is the Trail goes down hill for 5 feet at the parking lot, from there, you will be climbing till you reach the top. Almost 100% rideable, but if your an expert rider, plan on 5-10 dismounts / short hike a bikes during the climb and descent. The start is quite boring and uneventful - if you could see the look on PMD's face at the .4 mile mark.. Im like Trust me (as if I have a clue).. half way up it gets interesting, some techy trail, stoping every 100 ft to slow down my heartbeat, dam viagra.. Finally get to some rock, SWEET.. All rock to the top, all climbable, well 99%.. This place rocks, im in love, ride may not be for everyone.. My target audience is 4 people and 3 of them are me..
The skinny, if you love riding rock, and dont mind climbing 1400 vertical in 1.8 miles then this ride is for you.. Cant wait to explore more off the back side. If you have some energy you can also check out the tunnel brook trail right up the road (see map). It starts out fire road grassy track..
Loops - No loop for you! Its an Out, and hopefully back.
|Total Miles: 4 ish|
|Elevation Change Feet - 1400|
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