Level: Beginner
Length: 5 mi (8 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Other
Elevation: -
Total: 7 riders

Mountain Biking Lamson Farm

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#46 of 114 mountain bike trails in New Hampshire
#5,705 in the world

Single Track, fire/logging roads for a quick but nice ride.
Go up the stony logging trail, and turn right or left at the top to shred down
some sweet single track trails that can connect to a trail network on the east side of Route 13.

First added by searsandrewj on Jul 11, 2012. Last updated Apr 28, 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
Take Route 13 North through Mont Vernon. Turn left onto Lanmso Road. Go
just beyond Lamson Historical Farm, and you will see signs and a parking lot
just ahead. Park and Ride!
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  • LHClark

    Nice trails, no doubt. Been here several times and the only drawback is a seemingly uncommonly high tick population. Just be forewarned.

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  • JacksPerson

    If this place is in your back yard I am sure it is fun to blast around before dinner.

    The ride starts with a very steep, loose, boring climb up a fairly smooth fire/logging road. It is a little tough to enjoy a place that abuses you right out of the lot. If you can locate it there is a marked trail on the left side about half way up that would make for a much more enjoyable climb, but you need to be able to locate it and it is easily missed. Both the single track and the logging road end up at the same place on the top of the hill.

    There are some very nice views in this area if you peddle around the hay fields/logging access areas and peek thru the clearings in the trees.

    Once atop the hill you have a choice of more short logging road or a couple small section of single track that descends the hill. The singletrack is pretty smooth especially for NH, however in its current condition the descent is hard to enjoy do to fallen trees every 50 yards that you must dismount and toss your ride over.

    All in all its a nice place for a 45-60 minute ride mostly on fire roads. The short pieces of singletrack are choice with very little in the way of tech which makes them nice to cruise down, but just as yer thinking "Hey this is some sweet... uuugghh wtf back on the suck climb?!" yer right back at the middle of the logging climb... again.

    I searched online for maps and found a good one on the Facebook page:

    I also found a decent GPX map on the NEMBA site as well.

    If it's not in yer back yard its not worth the trip, if it is in yer back yard you've got some potentially sweet singletrack material that needs some love and expantion.

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