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NH - Hazeltine - Bicentenial Amherst - Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures

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Single-Track Adventure Climbing Free-ride Fun Fear      Trail Enhancements Scenery Technicalities
3.75 2 1.5 2 3 2 1.4 2.4 2.8 2.95 preliminary
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Directions - From Amherst take 101 north and look for cider mill convenience store, take left before store on horase greely road, then immediate left on austin road.  About one mile look for tree farm sign and take left into parking area sporting an indian head in kiosk in lieu of map..

Description -   (Just one short visit for this preliminary review) Some decent trails in here that are mostly singletrack.  Nothing too technical, but not totally buff either, I found some good flowy sections, and even a few psuedo trail enhancements including a log pyramid and log ride..  Hazeltine loop is very small, lets just say its hung like a peanut, but there are some side trails, and you can head down the dirt road and hit the bicentenial which will connect you to the joe english conservation area to the north.

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Total Miles: 10+
Elevation Change Feet - 6.5 miles was 450 feet
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Local Websites Local NEMA chapter brought me here, may as well give them a plug! Thanks for actually having trail info on your site..
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