Keene , New Hampshire Bicycle Rides
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Keene-Harrisville 50.7 miles, with 1200 ft. of climb on long route
Rides from nearby Brattleboro, Vermont
Brattleboro-South Newfane Loop (short version of Wilmington Loop) 31 miles with 1600 ft. of climb
Connecticut River Loop 51 miles north and south along the Connecticut River from Brattleboro 51 miles with 700 ft. of climb
Brattleboro area cycling suitability map This is one map in a four map series showing bicycle suitability for roads in Southeastern Vermont. The legend for this map series, as well as an index map, are found on a separate sheet.
Cycling suitability map for roads north of Brattleboro . Putney, Bellows Falls, Townshend, etc.
Rail Trails in or near Keene
Ashuelot Rail Trail , in and around Keene
Cheshire Rail Trail stone-dirt path
begins in Keene for several miles, taking
you to the old railroad depot in Troy, New
Hampshire , Depot General Store in Fitzwilliam
Depot in Fitzwilliam Village, New Hampshire.
and beautiful Rockwood Pond.
trail map :
Monadnock Branch Rail-trail to Jaffrey NH
North Central Pathway to Gardner MA
Ware River Rail-trail to Coldbrook (near South Barre MA).
Hikes near Keene, NH
Beaver Brook Falls A 26 acre preserve along Beaver Brook with a steep gorge and a waterfall The abandoned highway leads uphill at a gentle incline with steep hills rising 200 feet or so on either side. There are many views of Beaver Brook cascading down the gorge. About one-half mile up the road, rocky cliffs overlook the falls. To get there: Turn right onto the Old Concord Road off Washington St. and immediately left onto Washington St. extension. Park where this road ends at a metal gate.
Greater Goose Pond Forest A vast area of protected forest and a pond in north central Keene An extensive forest with many brooks, wetlands and some trees that have been undisturbed since 1868. An excellent habitat for birds and mammals. Included in this area are Goose Pond, Drummer Hill and the Ministry Lot. The City of Keene created Goose Pond in 1868 as an additional water supply but stopped using the water in the 1930's. Trails and old roads lead into this area from many directions. From the parking lot a trail leads uphill. It is an easy ten minute walk to the pond. A detailed brochure on Goose Pond is available from the City of Keene Parks and Recreation Department. To get there: From Central Square take Court St. north
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