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Level: Beginner
Length: 15 mi (24.1 km)
Surface: Doubletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +10/ -10 ft
Total: 18 riders

Mountain Biking Destruction Brook

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#46 of 221 mountain bike trails in Massachusetts
#3,283 in the world

good intermediate trails with some hills and bridges. watch out for walkers and horses. mostly double track with single track unmarked trails. red and yellow trails are a good warm-up. green is a little more difficult. and the blue is the hardest with the most hills

First added by funkychicken6061 on Aug 30, 2010. Last updated May 11, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From 195
4. Take exit 10 for MA-88 S/US-6 toward Horseneck Beach
0.3 mi
5. Merge onto MA-88 S
3.5 mi
6. Turn left at Old County Rd
1.4 mi
7. Turn right at Pine Hill Rd
2.1 mi
8. Continue onto Old Pine Hill Rd
0.9 mi
9. Turn left at Hixbridge Rd
0.5 mi
10. Take the 1st right onto Division Rd
1.0 mi
11. Turn left at Slades Corner Rd
0.8 mi

Parking lot will be about a mile up road on the left trail maps are located under the sign in a mail box
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  • SteveP2001

    Nice challenging beginner trails and a few intermediate spots. Easy climbing, nothing treacherous on the descents. Plenty of roots & rocks but not much off-camber. Well maintained trails, maps available at the main parking trailhead. Walkers were friendly, watch out for the occasional horse piles. This is a great place to learn & build up skills, or just go out for a fun mildly challenging ride.

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  • SingletrackSilvia

    Great trail for the family. Rode the red and the green trails. Thought they were well kept and are perfect for my kids who are starting out in the sport. Both trails were well marked and looped back so getting lost is impossible.

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  • Jacob Thomas

    Fun trails and one sick rock feature

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  • gerrybates1

    Fantastic riding area for casual scenic enjoyment. As previously mentioned...Red and Yellow to warm up.

    This was our first time here and we were pleased. Just challenging enough to get a decent workout.

    Green has some tricky hills with loose rock but only had to walk up one.

    Roots throughout the entire area that often made me stand up to save my bum but nothing too crazy.

    Was a great day overall. Rode red then yellow before taking lunch break then went back in for green.

    I like that everything loops back around and comes out at parking lot.

    Lots of hikers with dogs but everyone was friendly and courteous saying hi and allowing each other to pass.

    Will definitely hit these trails again!

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  • funkychicken6061

    if you are a beginner, stay on the red and yellow trail... for a bit of a challenge try try the green..and then the blue

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