Title Mountain Biking New Hampshire's State Parks And Forests.
Publisher Distributed for Nicolin Fields Publishing by University Press of New EnglandUniversity Press of New England, Lebanon: 1996.
0963707736 / 9780963707734
Seller ID 40494X1
With over 164,000 acres of state parks, forests, and nature areas, New Hampshire is a mecca for mountain bike adventures. Because of the overwhelming popularity of mountain biking in the state, and an ever-increasing demand for a book of trails on state-owned properties, Linda Chestney recognized the need for this guidebook. Chestney, long-time cyclist and author of Bicycling Southern New Hampshire, presents rides, maps, and easy-to-use information for all levels of mountain bikers. From the intricate network of trails in Franconia Notch to the breathtaking, nine-mile Sugar River Trail ride where two of only five historic covered railroad bridges left in the US reside, the rides in this book deliver just what you expect from New Hampshire -- beautiful wilderness and classic New England scenery.
(Key Words: Mount Biking, Sports, New England, New Hampshire, Recreation, Linda Chestney, White Mountains, Travel, Tourism, Bicycling, Franconia Notch, Sugar River Trail, Nature, State Forests, State Parks, Covered Bridges).