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Tangle wood Trail

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No. of Reviews: 1

Easy to Expert but fun and changlening a good warm up trail
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Latitude
42.95755320838841
Longitude
-72.30480194091797
Trail Directions
If you go to the hostipal and you go over the bridge you will come to an paved trail go down that trail you will come to another trail that goes down hill then to gravel dont go down that trail go across the bridge then go in to the turn you will go under a bridge keep going then you will come into another turn you will see a feild of grass with some trees there go in the field there should be a little beaten down path then you will come to a opening and where there is a brock crossing go over the brock crossing take a right and follow the trail you abotu 2 miles down the trail you will come to a river crossing there should be a bunch of trees go over the trees then you come to two trails go straight and then you should end up at tangle wood just follow the road out. you can get to gosses pund from there i mean tngle wood ask people where goose pound is.
Trail Length
5 miles
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Singletrack
City/County
Keene
   


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Review Date
April 9, 2005

Overall Rating
 2 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 2 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 2 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: Disc_or_die ,  Weekend Warrior

Summary:
Parts of the trail needs some upkeep, but it is a lot of fun. There are a lot of offshooting paths to play on. The main path is well traversed and has a varying terrain from root-covered and pine-needled to well-traveled dirt.

Recommended Route:
I usually head toward this trail through Wheelock park. Entering through the main gate, turn right at the fork as if heading to the far baseball dimonds and the campground beyond. There are a few hard-packed sand mounds that provide some fun. You will come to the paved path that goes by the hospial. Follow it till you get to the grassy area mentioned in the first review and stay on the main path for the first time just to get your barrings. Have fun!



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