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Level: Intermediate
Length: 15 mi (24.1 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +794/ -630 ft
Total: 14 riders

Mountain Biking Willow Street Trails

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#70 of 221 mountain bike trails in Massachusetts
#4,461 in the world

Trails are mostly smooth buff singletrack. Sandy fireroads intersect, just stay off these. For the most part the trail is easy to follow and creates a loop. Trails were in great shape. Not very technical. Lots of short ups and downs, some sandy spots. Good fun riding with some nice flow

First added by PK1 on Aug 23, 2012. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
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  • 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 6 to exit 7. When getting off the highway there is an overpass to the right. Park in the open space by the overpass. Trails start just across the railroad tracks. Sounds weird but very easy to find
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  • kamish

    Nice flowy trails with a few short climbs and a little sand. A little hard to find the trail head but that might be just me. I avoided the long straight section next to route 6 and did trails more inland(further from route 6). Lots of fun.

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    The land these trails are on were originally supposed to be an extension of the nearby industrial park but for some reason the plans were scrapped and the land was left for conservation. When riding you will cross a bunch of sandy roads (frequented by dirt bikes) that make up what would've been the roads. These trails have a nice flow and some uniquely thought out trails. The main trail parallels Rt 6 and is smooth singletrack that rolls up and down some small hills with a few sandy spots.There is another trail that parallels the highway on the other side that ends at the water tower but doesn't seem to been ridden much and isn't anything special. Deeper in there is a trail with a lot of little rock features and a couple good climbs. At the end of this there is an option to loop back to the highway trail or take a 5 mile loop that brings you close to the airport. While not many hills on it it was pretty flowy and I had a fun time riding the little berms and it brought you close to a few of the ponds that are in the conservation area. One of my favorite sections is tucked in on small parcel of land surrounded by the sand roads. The trail doubles back many times (often passing by an abandoned pickup truck) and has a couple small hills and at one point makes you thread the needle through a tree that splits in two just above the ground. I wouldn't say the trail is worth driving to if you don't live within a half hour drive but it's a great little network of trails for what it is.

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