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Connects the campground to the southeastern area of the park.


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Map Key

2.1

Miles

3.4

KM

Doubletrack

780' 238 m

High

484' 148 m

Low

100' 31 m

Up

389' 119 m

Down

4%

Avg Grade (3°)

18%

Max Grade (10°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

Description

This trail connects the campground to the Hall Mountain Trail and Hall Mountain Singletrack junction with Podunk Rd. The surface conditions of this trail are quite varied.

Starting at its southern end, the trail is technical with many rocks. There's a singletrack bypass of the worst rock gardens. After that the trail runs downhill on a wide and smooth path. As the trail passes between Beaver Pond and Spruce Pond it gets wet. A large section of the wooden walkway is missing and you'll have to find your way around it. The view of Beaver Pond is worth the ride, though.

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Shared By:

Kai Troester

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#422

in New Hampshire

#35,567

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Beaver Pond as seen from Lynx Trail.
Aug 13, 2013 near Candia, NH
This section of Lynx Trail is smooth and fast.
Aug 14, 2013 near Candia, NH
Hopefully this gets fixed soon. For now your have to find your way around the mud.
Aug 14, 2013 near Candia, NH
Hall Mtn Trail (left) and Hall Mtn singletrack (right) seen from Podunk Rd. This can be confusing since they start so close together.
Aug 14, 2013 near Candia, NH

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