Page Hill

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These are Mountain bike trails developed by the Central NH NEMBA chapter. Check out this map on their website (

Starting at the parking lot follow a short trail into the woods and then you can turn left or right. I suggest taking a left onto Bear Claw, ride it to Hard Hat. That gets you to an access road which will run under power lines for a while. Don't miss the left onto "The Dude Abides". That's an awesome trail with lots of rocky sections, some natural and some man made.
After the Dude decent via Spring which can be quite a bit muddy as I found out.
When you get back to the power lines take a right (the left won't get you very far) and keep riding this access road to Hydra. The access road is a fast ride over exposed rock. Hydra will be your trail back to Bear Claw and the parking lot. It's easy to miss so keep your eyes open. If you go too far you'll be back where Hard Hat comes out.
added by KingKaiGramcounter July 22, 2013
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  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Granny Gear

May 31, 2016
RD603 Granny Gear  
Review: This is hands down one of my favorite trail networks in NH. I live in Concord and happily make the 1 hour drive north. I usually take Bear Claw and Hard Hat up to The Dude Abides. The Dude is an absolute ass kicker and I love it. After being humbled by The Dude I head to Shock Therapy. I usually spend a good amount of time on Shcok Therapy sessioning each section. This trail reminds me of Cats Paw at Highland. Fun jumps and berms for a sick downhill. From here I take hydra back to the panting lot. Trails are very well marked and maintained. I can't speak highly enough about Paige Hill.

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