Level: Intermediate
Length: 1 mi (1.6 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +49/23 ft
Total: 2 riders
 

Mountain Biking Henry S. Hunnewell Town Forest

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#24 of 218 mountain bike trails in Massachusetts
#1941 in the world

It's a small area but has decent climbs and drops for it's size, it's a real hidden gem. It's great for a 40-60 minute ride if you work or live in the area. The variation in trails is really good.

I usually start North, loop around south east and then start the climb towards the north west. The climbs range from just a workout to challenging.

There are two good drops from the watertower. The southern route has more flow to it. The northern one is a little more technical.

The biggest downside of the trail is the copious amounts of nettles in the south east.

First added by radiorental on May 11, 2020. Last updated May 11, 2020. → add an update
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Getting there
Enter via the water tower side from Bacon St & Marion St. Or on the rt 9 side half way between Walnut & Oak Or on Oak St just after the bridge.
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  • Storm_dog2023
    *****

    This place has Easy access no fee great for a quick downhill a XC go for 10 minutes or 10 hours their are endless trails I live a mile away and still haven't found anything
    Be warned this trails are used by hikers and of leash dogs
    Their are't insane features but with a bit of searching their are some jumps and downed trees that are great as bridges

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