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The Dude Abides

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  3.0 from 2 votes
dblack  Extremely Difficult from 2 votes
Rank: #9 in the Dartmouth - Lake Sunapee Region area
#90 in NH, #8,485 Overall
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Trail in the area near Hill,
“Great technical singletrack that tests your trail riding skills.”
Kai Troester on Aug 1, 2013
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1.52.4 milesKilometers 275’84 m Ascent 1,712’522 m High 6% Avg Grade (3°)
Singletrack Type -163’-50 m Descent 1,444’440 m Low 16% Max Grade (9°)
The Dude Abides is a technical singletrack that starts at the power lines, climbs Page Hill and descents to the Page Hill Bypass where it connects to Spring. Expect riding on exposed rocks, lots of twists and turns and many sudden climbs or drops. Depending on your skill level youll be getting off your bike more or less often. The trail runs over a very well built rock bench on the western flank of Page Hill as it starts to descend.

It can be ridden in either direction, but East to West, as shown, should be the better ride.
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