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Drummer Hill Exploration

 
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Length

3.9 Miles 6.2 Kilometers


50%

Singletrack

Elevation

609' 186 m

Ascent

-605' -185 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

21%

Max Grade (12°)

989' 301 m

High

524' 160 m

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A quick loop ride to get a taste for Drummer Hill.

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Overview

Bitten is one of the best trails to know in the area as it ties most of Drummer Hill together, and is the easiest way to describe locations in the conservation area.
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Description

Starting from the parking area at the intersection of Greenacres Rd. and Drummer Rd., head south on Drummer Rd.; take a left onto Elm St. then another left immediately after that onto Timberlane Dr. Timberland Dr. climbs a steady but manageable grade for about 0.6 miles where you'll take a left to head up Meetinghouse Rd.

At the end of Meetinghouse Rd. head north onto Watertower Rd.; at the intersection with Threader there is a left turn onto a connector trail. Head on this to connect to Bitten then head west climbing for just a moment. Bitten quickly descends, steeply at times, passing several trail junctions. Near the bottom of Bitten (if you hit the road just turn around) take a left to head back east on Sacrifice; this is a bit of a steep climb but its short. In the middle of the climb take a right onto Butter and keep climbing. Once you start the next descent, its all downhill back to the car.

Where Butter terminates at the junction with Kamikaze Slalom head south, take your next left onto Lewis Pond Rd then an immediate right onto Lower Drummer Rd, finally followed by a right onto Jump, which will take you back to the trailhead.

before climbing up Timberlane Dr, and Meetinghouse road before heading into the woods and eventually heading down most of Bitten and checking out a secret on Kings Ln.

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Jun 22, 2017
Robert Burnell
A lot more trails then what is posted 11.2mi

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