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Ridge Rider

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1.6 Miles 2.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

97' 30 m

Ascent

-90' -28 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

7%

Max Grade (4°)

263' 80 m

High

213' 65 m

Low

Shared By Barry Kosherick

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A singletrack going up and down along a ridgeline.

Barry Kosherick

Dogs Off-leash

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This trail starts at the end of Town Forest Road just before the abandoned train tracks. The trail then loops around a marshy area following by a steep straight climb. At the top of the hill, the trail meets a fire road connector in a T-intersection. Take the left turn down a the rocky hill around a wellhead. Near the bottom of the hill the trail branches slightly to the right away from the fire road going to the wellhead. Take this right and head up a steep climb.

After the climb, you pass two short connectors on your right. shortly after the second connector, the trail then goes down the ridge with some fast and flowy turns with nice berms. As you descend, you'll pass AT&T Cable Fire Road then a marsh on your right.

The trail will then curve to the left while another trail goes off to the right. Follow the trail to the left, and after about a third of a mile, the trail ends at Wharton Rd Extension Singletrack and Short But Sweet. This intersection is about 1/4 of the way down a really fast hill with a few different great lines, so be check for anyone blasting down the hill before you do the same.

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in Massachusetts

#10,961

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