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Level: Intermediate
Length: 8 mi (12.9 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +41/41 ft
Total: 13 riders

Mountain Biking Page Hill

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#27 of 114 mountain bike trails in New Hampshire
#3,120 in the world

These are Mountain bike trails developed by the Central NH NEMBA chapter. Check out this map on their website (http://www.cnhnemba.org/2012/12/updated-map-for-page-hill.html)

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.

First added by KingKai on Jul 22, 2013. Last updated May 10, 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
The trail head for the Page Hill Trails is on Murray Hill Rd in Hill, NH. From Bristol center take 3A south for about 5.2 miles and turn right onto Murray Hill Rd. From Franklin take 3A north for about 7.8 miles and turn left onto Murray Hill Rd. The trailhead is marked by "Page Hill Trails" sign after about 2.5 miles.
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  • kLallier

    Was staying in the area and looking for some fun single track to ride and stumbled across Page Hill. What a surprise that far exceeded my expectations!
    Started at the Murray hill parking area and went in to the right and up to hard hat and voltage, then onto a newish trail called circuit breaker. That dumps you out onto a power line cut which you follow for a bit. Have to watch carefully for the right onto Dude abides trail. This is no easy up but well worth the super fun and technical downhill! Then down Bug out all the way to Hydra. All together 7 miles of a nice mix of flowy single track and tough technical ups and downs.
    I was smiling all the way, what a treat!

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  • Sam Shirley

    This place will beat you up! Very technical on most trails with lots of rocks and roots. The Dude Abides is especially difficult and once you commit to it, there's no way out until the end. The one exception is Shock Therapy, which is an awesome downhill flow trail with lots of great features.

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  • Jimmy Christensen

    Copy and paste the link below for an awesome highlight video of the Page Hill Trails. This place is a really good time and has some awesome demanding trails. I highly recommend checking out 'Shock Therapy'. Best trail around for sure with jumps, berms, and rock galore! I also post new videos from different spots around New England every Monday, so be sure to subscribe for more!
    Link: https://youtu.be/VCEF7qdEoss

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  • Dopplerdave

    It is definitely not intermediate it's advanced to expert terrain. but overall it's a very fun place to ride...just make sure you've got a lot of energy cus it's very demanding terrain!!

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  • RD603

    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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