NH - Goffstown - Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures
Review By Crash & Burn - Good game Nice Game Good Game
|Directions - Take 93 or Rte 3 North to Rte 101
West to stop light, go straight where it changes to Rte 114 North, go 2.46
miles and take left on Shirley Hill Rd, Changes to Back Mountain Rd, after
about 5.5 miles youíll see a small parking area on the right across from the
trail head just before Uncanoonuc Mtn. Nursury.
Description - The
area consists of North and South Uncanoonuc Mtns. Which means you ride up,
then down, up, then down. The north mtn has the best and most trails.
Starting from Back mtn road up a short fire road section take a left and
start the climb to the top. Much props if you make it without a dab. Then
drop the 4 footer at the top and take a left towards the Undescended
Testicle trail (undescended because I really think fewer than 5 people have
ever ridden it, and testicle because it takes balls to ride it with any sort
of speed). The trail head is hard to see on the left side of a downhill
section a few hundred yards from the top. Undescended is narrow, windy and
all downhill. It has a few stunts built into its steep slopes for some
natural transitions and an all around awesome time, until you have to climb
back up to where you started if you want a longer ride and to ride the White
Dot trail. After you make it back to the top, the White Dot has some sick,
rocky terrain with some natural, small, yet dangerous drops.
|Elevation Change Feet - Elevation Profile|
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