Highland Mountain Bike Park - TRAIL

Highland Mountain Bike Park - Trail, Northfield, Bikeparks

Highland Mountain Bike Park opened July 1. 2006. There are many north shore style trails. There are alot of trail fratures, ladder drops (with perfect transitions), table top jump lines, and some sick downhill trials that had great flow. This is a lift serviced mountain. Brand new lodge and awsome crew of people running the mountain that also ride.

User Reviews (7)

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billfont   Cross Country Rider [Jul 03, 2012]

I'm a 41 year old AM rider with no DH experience. I spent the day at Highland and was amazed. I stayed on the beginner trails and did a couple intermediate. This mountain is very smooth and offers something for everyone. I learned a lot in one day of riding here that will transfer to my AM riding.

The staff is a great group of helpful, friendly people.

Customer Service

Cat Scratch and Happy Hour

Similar Products Used: Fort Rock (Exeter)
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5
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3
dbm2   Downhiller [Feb 28, 2010]

Wow Highland Mountain Bike park is Amazing! They have sick downhill trails that range from all berms to huge dirt jumps. They have a skills park and pump track and many fast style tracks.

Hellion Trail is definitely the funnest and features a dozen or so 8-12 foot table-tops and a drop.
Overall this place is amazing and a 5/5

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5
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5
hikerguy98   Weekend Warrior [Jan 28, 2010]

the whole place is great

Customer Service

downhill?? the new hellion trail is so fast

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5
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4
TeemPeepDH   Weekend Warrior [Feb 02, 2009]

I can't believe no one reviewed this since 2006!! Any way, I go here every other weekend from when it opens. I can't even begin to tell you how much work has been done here! Great DH style trails, dirt jump park, slope style park, skills area and awesome freeride hits through out.

Not that many trails right now, but they are always working on building new ones and maintaining exsiting ones.

Customer Service

Well I really like the two easy trails there because they have so much flow to them and you can really fly down. Then I would say the intermediate trail is awesome too. I would do the black diamond more, but I don't have a full on DH rig so it is a slower ride for me.

Similar Products Used: Hmm, not much in that area, but if you like Highland, you will LOVE Diablo in NJ. Like Highland but with much more trail options.
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5
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4
Derek   Downhiller [Feb 02, 2008]

Pump tack, dj's, lift sevice trails with drops and huge tables, there is a 16 foot gap then you hit a berm and hit a 25 foot drop and then a dirt jump. this is the pro line.

Customer Service

go up 93 and get off at exit 19 take a right off of the exit ramp you will come to a fork thingie take a left onto that road(its right as you get off the exit) then go on that road untill you see a dirt road with a huge sign that says HIGLAND MOUNTAIN BIKE PARK.

Similar Products Used: no where
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5
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3
Alex   Downhiller [Jul 31, 2007]

Highland Mountain Bike Park is with out a dought the best place to ride
in NH! If you are a downhiller and need a good place to ride this is it.

Customer Service

If you dont really know the trails I suggest you take Fancy Feast first. It will be the trail on the right after you get off the lift.

Similar Products Used: Attitash is also very good but it seems it has a different style of riding. It just seems that it is more downhill oriented. Where Highland is more of both Downhill/Freeriding style but what ever!
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5
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4
Guy in USA   Weekend Warrior [Sep 19, 2006]

Well thought out and well built trails. The crew spent 2 years getting the facilities, lift and mountain ready after the former ski area had been abandoned for nearly a decade. Totally dedicated to biking -not secondary to skiing. Top notch and totally fun good vibe.

Customer Service

Above directions should say exit 19 off of Rt 93 (not 89)

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5
VALUE
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3
rfxturner   Downhiller [Sep 10, 2006]

One of the best trails I've ridden. This park is strictly for advanced mountain bikers - no skiers.

There are alot of jumps, drop offs, and just a mixture of sick smooth downhill. Everything just flows here - trails were well put together. The group of guys there too, Mark, Will, Dennis, and Josh, were extremely plesant and knowledgeable. Maybe the 5 hour drive from NYC well worth the trip. Thanks guys

Customer Service

from NYC just do a mapquest and will take 5 hours to get there. you will not be disappointed

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5
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4
Chris Gredenius   Downhiller [Sep 10, 2006]

Awesome park. Something for everyone, even though they say differently. If you can get there--do! Best little secret in the North East.

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5
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4
nekblom   Downhiller [Sep 05, 2006]

bad-ass freeride park. Only one in the area, Mostly advanced trails, with big jumps, quite a few drops, and a wall ride. all stunts and trails are well kep as far as I can tell. I recomend NE style, that trail rocks. This place is sick, check it out

Customer Service

Go up 89 and get off in northfield, go up bean hill road, its on the right.

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5
VALUE
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3
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