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NH - Greeley Ponds - Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures

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Directions - from I-93N, take exit 28 - Campton-Thornton-Waterville Valley. Head east on Route 49 to Waterville Valley.  Once at WV take left onto Tripoli Road.  After 1 mile bear right at Y intersection and follow signs to Livermore road trailhead and park.. - for alternate loop you could park at Greeley Pond trailhead off the Kancamagus Hwy (NH 112).

Description - Out and back to Greeley Pond - Starting on livermore road the trail is as wide and buff and flat as you can get..  After .5 miles go left on Greeley Ponds.  the trail starts harmless enough on semi rocky double, eventually it follows stream and turns narrower and rooty..  Super rooty in parts..  Couple nice rock sections, several trails can be seen on right and left, well marked..  up to greeley pond the XC trail dead ends..  Great views of the surrounding mountains..  Turn around and head back if you like or continue to the kancamangus highway..

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Total Miles & elevation in feet:: out and back to Greeley Ponds - 6 miles, 640 ft climb /out and back to Kank - 11.4 miles, 800 ft climb.
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