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Sentinel Pine Trail

 4.3 (3)

1.4 Miles 2.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

230' 70 m

Ascent

-25' -8 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

13%

Max Grade (7°)

580' 177 m

High

350' 107 m

Low

Shared By Kai Troester

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A steep start that is commonly bypassed, followed by nice singletrack over occasional rocks.

Kai Troester

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This trail starts out with a steep climb over lots of roots. Most folks bypass this by climbing Alpe d'Huez instead. After the ridge is gained the trail runs fairly flat and well packed. There aren't many rocks on this trail which makes this a relatively fast ride. It connects with Lane Trail shortly before Big Hayes Field.

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  4.3 from 3 votes

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#45

in New Hampshire

#5,392

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Zachary Wagner
Manchester, NH
Zachary Wagner   Manchester, NH
After riding this today, I had to give it a little higher than just a blue difficulty rating, basically for the steep section at the start that you mentioned. It is really steep and there are some hard technical moves to boot (barely cleaned it on a 1x with 30-46 being my grandma gear-and I was in it the whole section). I'll add that section is relatively short, and the rest of the trail is really mellow in comparison, but personally I felt that one small section was closer to a black than a blue, so I rated it blue/black. Thanks for posting the trail, btw! I just moved here and having all these trails posted for me has made riding awesome, and has inspired me to add trails whenever I find they are missing from the places I go. Cheers! Oct 6, 2016

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