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NH - Brown ash swamp trail - Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures


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Directions - Take 93 to exit 28, right at exit, 49 east, left on route 175, then RIGHT on mill brook..  Follow mill brook 4 miles  and park at gate on left, do not block gate.

Description -   I finally checked out 1/2 of the brown ash swamp trail.  Trail starts as a wide grassy road, follow bike signs, at dead end look for overgrown trail, once you walk in it opens up, a bit..  Trail was mild to moderately overgrown with about 10 blowdowns that could be easily cleared with a trail saw..  Started out pretty easy, mild technicalities, couple moderate ones on the DH section, nothing too crazy..  Could be an OK trail but not maintained..  I bailed at the 1/2 way point on johnson brook trail, but will map ou the rest at some point.

Loops - Looks like a few ways to ride this area but will need to investigate..  I rode from the gate to johnson brook, and took the road ALL THE WAY HOME..  Too much road.. Other option would be out and back to Tripoli Road, or a lariat using johnson brook road and Thronton gore road.

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