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Diverse terrain? Check. Winding rail trails? Check. Rugged (yet beautiful) mountain trails? Check. New Hampshire’s Monadnock Region is a haven for outdoor enthusiast who are—to quote the band Steppenwolf—“looking for adventure, and whatever comes our way” from the seat of a bicycle. Whether you’re a seasoned cyclist or a novice looking for a memorable spin, the Monadnock Region is biking bliss.

Easy/Family Friendly Biking: 

These converted trails are perfect for a leisurely glide through New Hampshire’s natural beauty.

Cheshire Rail Trail 

Ashuelot Rail Trail 

Fort Hill Rail Trail

Peterborough Rail Trail 

Monadnock Recreational Rail Trail 

The Monadnock Region boasts a vibrant cycling community, with events and resources available to cyclists. Whether you’re seeking group rides, races, or workshops, you’ll find a supportive network of fellow riders eager to share their passion. Keep an eye out for annual events like the Monadnock Cycling Club’s passing nine breweries, four covered bridges, two bike bridges, and a bridge past Sweet Waters Distillery.

Bike Parks: 

Our region’s mountain biking culture is augmented by our bike parks, providing family-oriented spaces where people of all ages can take advantage of skills courses, jumps, trails, and more.

Keene Bike Park 

Peterborough Bike Park 

Intermediate/Difficult trails

Wind up for a white knuckle ride on some of the Monadnock Region’s more challenging mountain bike trails.

Pisgah State Park 

Stonewall Farm 

Drummer Hill/Goose Pond 

Dublin School Trails 

Casalis State Forest 

Coming for a visit? Explore more about NH’s Monadnock Region.

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Lakes and Beaches

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