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Level: Intermediate
Length: 6 mi (9.7 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +74/ -64 ft
Total: 31 riders

Mountain Biking Tucker Brook Town Forest

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#23 of 114 mountain bike trails in New Hampshire
#2,880 in the world

Some nice singletrack in a forest setting - roots, rocks, climbs, all that good stuff. The blue trail is a loop that takes you past a waterfall.

First added by CherryGrrl74 on Aug 7, 2004. Last updated Apr 30, 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 Route 101 West: Turn left at the lights onto Phelam Road. (By Market Basket, DMV, etc.) Continue straight on Phelam Rd. for .3 miles. At ìYî intersection, stay right onto Savage Rd. Shortly after the "Y", there are power lines on the left. Park there. The trail entrance is just past the parking area, there's a sign posted for the Tucker Brook Town Forest. From 101A West/Elm Street : Turn left onto 101 East, then right at the lights by Market Basket. Follow directions above from Phelam Road.
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  • Michael Lemieux

    If you're local, it's worth a visit. Some of the trail has been built by mtbers. Not a bad way to spend 3 hours

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  • Rob M

    Great network of trails ranging from easy to difficult. Some of the terrain was very technical. Nicely maintained trails.
    The trails were all clearly marked. At every intersection there were maps hanging up pointing to exactly where you were. There were some decent climbs and descents, coming down the sidewinder was a lot of fun!
    Nice scenery while riding along the brook with a waterfall at the end.

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  • Dmaxpwr

    Nice trail system, bikes are only allowed on some of them but still plenty to ride on. The power line section is steep and narrow in spots with some decent drops. Wooded sections are well maintained, lots of climbs and tight turns. Some nice single track with lots of rocks and roots to ride. Overall a decent place that I will defiantly visit again.

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  • oldiemouldie

    From the Savage Rd lot, cross the brook and follow the trail counter-clockwise (right), but on return,skip the green section and stay on black if you want a log ramp,rocky downhill and steep climb or go green for mellow doubletrack. Fair amount of climbing, mix of nice bike specific singletrack and old doubletrack. Map at: http://conservation.milfordnh.info/pdf_docs/trail_maps/map_trail_Tucker2pgs.pdf Trails at nearby Herrond Pond School (The Gnomes) can be linked from this network by turning right on Whitten Rd, then left after crossing the brook.
    * Review edited 3/25/2011* Review edited 3/25/2011* Review edited 3/25/2011

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  • kuala_tahan

    Take back a previous review, this trail is sick. No clue how to get around, but some bangin' singletrack, some real techie sections, one huge drop, decent climbs, fun downhill. Great trail* Review edited 6/14/2010

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