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Oak Hill - Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures
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3.3 1 2 0 3.5 2 0 2.9 4 3.55
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Directions - Route 93, exit 16, Straight across intersection onto shawmut, stay left at fork onto oak hill, look for parking area on LEFT, its hard to spot so pay attention..  Gravel spot for 2 or 3 cars.

Description -   I really wasn't expecting too much with this ride based on the limited info I had, but im always willing to gamble on new terrain.  Everything except for the main trail was really nice technical singletrack!  Some tough climbs, a few gnarly decents, really fun trail system, but very directional.  Loop we took was good with very limited hike a bike.  Fire tower was a good climb with rewarding panoramic view if you have the energy to climb some ladders..

Loops - Started up Luti Right at first intersection, then left, then right on tower, right on krupa to rons way up and back to tower, right on krupa to dancing bear, back on main drag upper trail to ledges up to lookout via wins way?, back down to ledges (cool decent), then tower trail to murray bluff (crazy DH in spots)..  Great ride

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