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blue NCT: Chandler Hill to Springvale

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Trail

9.8 mile 15.8 kilometer out and back
95% Singletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 1,205' 367 m
Descent: -1,205' -367 m
High: 1,275' 389 m
Low: 781' 238 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 5% (3°)
Max Grade: 23% (13°)

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Trail shared by Steve Schnell

A great wooded trail for both hiking and mountain biking.

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Overview

Another great rustic section of the North Country Trail. This trail has been a hiking trail for many years. Mountain biking is allowed on this trail and the local IMBA Chapter, TOMMBA, helps maintain various sections in this region. It is mostly singletrack and has a variety of beginner sections mixed in with some steep climbs and small technical sections on those climbs. Mostly a friendly singletrack with mix of intermediate challenges.

Description

This trail is one of many sections of the North Country Trail which can be ridden for a wide variety of distances. This trail is primarily a hiking trail but is a favorite of local mountain bikers. Mostly this is a beginner/intermediate trail and has sections that are tougher than others, but most mountain bikers will find the wooded, hilly terrain exciting and challenging, yet friendly.

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May 13, 2017
Spencer Lindenberg
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