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Endicott College

Average Rating:    (4.63 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 8

Mostly beginner to intermediate. But if you want some serious technical, head down the trail straight and keep making lefts as you come to them. You'll end up going by a little brook. Don't screw up though, there's only one way to fall--in the brook! Real steep hill to your right and a real narrow trail. The rest of the terrain is either up hill or downhill. No flat sections really. I can only really think of one or two hills that are steep enough to be a challenge to get up. Also, if you come to a small flat, clear area that looks like a camping site, try going to the end of it and riding up those rocks at the end. Up and over and down to your left and back to the campsite can impress your friends--especially when they see what's behind the rocks! Lots of fun to blast through these trails. A bunch of places to get some nice 'air' off of perfectly slanted rocks. If you get lost: These trails interweave quite a bit. There's only four tail exits that I've found, each at some road. The general idea is to print out that Yahoo map and keep it in your pocket. You can follow the roads back to Tall Tree Dr. pretty easily. Because, if you do get lost, just keep following any given trail straight and you'll eventually end up at an exit.
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Latitude
42.55396546451724
Longitude
-70.84344863891602
Trail Directions
Park at the end of Tall Tree Dr. There's usually plenty of space to park there and I've never heard of anyone getting a ticket being parked anywhere on that road. How to get to Tall Tree Dr? http://maps.yahoo.com punch in Tall Tree Dr. and Beverly, MA. You can make your own damn driving directions!
Trail Length
?? miles
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Singletrack
City/County
Beverly
   


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Review Date
November 20, 2002

Overall Rating
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a month

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Reviewed by: Mike

Summary:
See my detailed review for this and other trails along with my GPS-generated maps at http://24.147.58.236/sheahome



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Review Date
April 28, 2002

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: David , from Beverly,MA

Summary:
Well I live one street away from it so its not a hard commute. Great riding. My friends and I build up big drops and some North Shore in there. Just explore. There are many hidden trails that are extremely fun. Not too much going up. A little, but theres more down so its all good.

Recommended Route:
Right when you go in take a left. Then keep riding, next fork take a right, next fork take a left, go straight until you see what kind of looks like a trail. Its called the rock trail. Two great six footers and a descent called brass balls, im there EVERY weekend so you'll probably see me. I ride a specialized BIG HIT DH. But if you pass the rock trail entrance take the fire road which is your next left. All down for like 5-10 mins. Its sweet.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Sally Millagen is 5 minutes from endicott I do time trials there to get ready for races. So it's nice. Not many drops. Some ok descents there.



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Review Date
November 28, 2001

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: Ty , from Beverly,MA

Summary:
Some pretty good trails, not too many drops exept for the rock trail. Rock trail is pretty technical. the rest isnt that bad. i can ride probly the whole thing and im only like 13.

Recommended Route:
Go in straight and take your first left. when you get to a fork, take the right and go to the next fork. when you get to it take a left. somewhere in there to the left you will see a small opening with a rock. thats the rock trail. ride it!

Other recommended trails in the same area:
sally mulligan, but only if ur a beginner i havent ridden brass balls but ive heard lots about it and lynn woods im gunna go ride those soon



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Review Date
October 11, 2001

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: Nellys apprentice , from Beverly Mass

Summary:
just recently there has been some major construction in Beverly, unfortunately they found our beloved Tall Tree trails. they've started to develop homes on the area.. you can still ride in there but the opening section was torn down and me and Nelly and a bunch of other mt bikers from here have to build a new entrance.
if you do decide to ride here at Tall Tree, my friends and I are working on a "North western" section. You know boardwalks, teeter totters, stuff like that. it's hard to find but if you get there its pretty fun even though its far from done. If you can find the end of Brass Balls, the giant rock...go to the top of that rock. there is a small path leading to your left that goes up a hill . at the top of this small hill there is a stone wall with a short "home made" bridge going over a hole/gap. thats the entrance. From there I'm quite confident that you'll find these things. So have fun, and if you want to help us out with these things let me know or Nelly(Nellymtbiker@aol.com).

Recommended Route:
two words for you crazy people...BRASS BALLS. crazy trail...not for beginers though.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Sally Mulligan, fun place...beginner/intermediate.



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Review Date
September 29, 2001

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: Riskable , from Beverly

Summary:

Other recommended trails in the same area:
This trail no longer exists. Endicott College has



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