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old rail bed

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About nine miles of old rail line with ties and tracks long gone. Many other trails intersection from Jeep trails and powerlines to barely visible single tracks.
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Latitude
42.78355905084558
Longitude
-71.76424026489258
Trail Directions
The only place to park, that I know, is where the rail trail crosses Pratt Pond Road. There are probably others. Take Abbott Hill Road off Rt 101 in Wilton, follow to end (turning right at four-way intersection to stay on it) then left on Starch Mill Road (dirt) and first left on Pratt Pond Road.
Trail Length
as long as you like
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
City/County
mason/greenville
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Review Date
November 4, 2002

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Every few months

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Reviewed by: Andrew , from Nashua

Summary:
The powerlines can get a bit too gnarly for my tastes, with lots of loose rocks. Otherwise, the whole area is terrific.
Rail trail is suitable for beginers, families (just watch it in the sandy spots and road crossings), but experts will find plenty of cool terrain elsewhere in the area.
You need to get permission to swim in the quarry, and I don't know from whom, so stay out.

Recommended Route:
(I created the page, see directions above)

Other recommended trails in the same area:
You can head out from the end of Mitchell Hill (take Abbott Hill Road, and just keep going straight) in Mason or Mile Slip Road in Milford (get a map). There are trails connecting all these areas, more than I could cover in a full day's ride.



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