Pine Hills East - TRAIL

Pine Hills East - Trail, Plymouth, Massachusetts

single track,Hills,on hard pack. Lots of fun and a good work out

User Reviews (7)

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bikingbrad   Cross Country Rider [Jul 18, 2015]

Great single track. It was more difficult than I thought it would be a lot of hills and rocks. Dries out quick. A lot of wooden ramps I wouldn't ride any of it without walking on it first, most of the wood is old and weak I kept looking at the gps map, a ton of side trails. Nothing is marked well. Some carvings on trees but I couldn't decipher them. There are some old posted signs put up years ago by the energy company that owns this land. I guess that's why no trail markers or official maintenance. I rode for 3 hours with single speed. If you're willing to explore there's enough to keep you busy.

Customer Service

Go in across from serious cycles. See map on mtbproject and do the 6.6 mile loop for good cross country loop. Maze of trails near top, easy to get a bit confused. . After going past split rock go on single track to the right. Go down banked turns and such then bear left on map of route from mtbproject.
Don't rideup the hill on 3A no shoulder. I actually rode in from Manomet Beach area on 3A turned at energy company drive then turned quick and got on power line trail/ dirt road. Took second trail to the left to jump on good single track. Then rode good single track left uphill to top.

Similar Products Used: Don't know.
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4
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4
afclsn   Cross Country Rider [Feb 12, 2012]

Awesome trail, awesome park. I've ridden here once and I can wait to go back, it's some of the most fun riding around. There is a mix of everything; singletrack, downhills, rocks, stunts, woodwork, everything.

Similar Products Used: North Hill Marsh in Duxbury.
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5
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3
Yeti   Weekend Warrior [Apr 16, 2010]

Few updates to these trails that you have to check out. New trail being made with many smaller "freeride" type features such as seesaws, 3 and 4 foot wood jumps, big rollers, ladder and skinny galore. Must see. Getting more technical as we speak.

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4
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3
airtym   Weekend Warrior [Mar 16, 2008]

I am not big on writing reviews but this trail desires an update to the last one in 2002.
Singletrack. If you like it come and ride it. Some of the best I have been on in years. Some great tight technical singletrack with rocks and plenty extra fun.
Freeriding. Not as much as Vietnam, but a great mix of natural drops and launches along with some very creative man made drops, launches and latters. Even a very cool launch to wall ride.
All this packed into some 8 - 12 miles of great riding.

Customer Service

Start at the bike shop(Serious Cycles) head across the street to the dirt parking lot and stay to the right and you will find the single track.

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4
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4
tom   Cross Country Rider [Oct 30, 2003]

I agree with the other guys these trails have a little of everything,rock gardens, single track and some very technical areas.I think its worth the trip every month for something different.I also had to visit the shop there and found them to be very helpful with trails and bike info.

Similar Products Used: Avoid Mile Standish State Park,very sandy!
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4
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4
Bad Larry   [Dec 19, 2001]

Lotsa cool rocks to play on, and they're more rounded than Lynn so you don't get all cut up if you fall. Some good climbs and downhill washes in places. Supposedly a good overlook of the Nuke power plant if you find the right place, but I've never found it...

Customer Service

Never done the same thing twice...

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4
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Mike   [Jan 02, 2002]

Almost all single track. Nice and winding with lots of good berms. No sand. No big washouts. Decent rock gardens and some pretty good downhills (500' vertical drop). The trails aren't marked very well but if you give yourself an extra 1/2 hour, you can usually find your way back. Added plus is the bike shop at the top of the hill. Seth at Serious Cycles can take care of all sudden maintenance issues. These trails are fun! Easily ridden by all levels. Email me and we'll ride!

Customer Service

As of date, the trails are off limits because of the supposed terrorist threat to the Pilgrim Power Plant, which the trails overlook. Though I doubt the ban is permanent. Normally there is ample parking in the Dirt Parking Lot at the top of the hill on the east side of Rt 3A.

Similar Products Used: None. There aren't any nearly as good.
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4
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jackhoe   [Sep 28, 2002]

Me likey these trails. Kicks the butt outta Wompatuck State Forest. The singletrack is very technical, w/ lots of "rollercoaster" dips in one part. Also, lotsa of big rock to Play on. These trails are made for biking, its's obvious. Kudos to whoever made them. My only beef w/ the trails is the size. The above mentioned loop takes me 33 minutes. You can always do the loop twice, but I hate to repeat. There's plenty of side trails to explore, but when I ride i'm lookin' for a big ol' loop, and Pine Hill East is lacking....maybe i'm not seeing it. Regardless, don't get fooled into crossing the road (3A) for "downhill". That side of the road is da' worst, only crappy double track w/ one heck of a climb after an "OK at best" descent. Stay on the east side of 3A. BTW, did I mention that Serious Cycles is a sweet shop w/ a courteous, helpful owner. Stop there and buy some lube, you'll need it at some point.

Customer Service

Park off of 3A, at the turn-in w/in 200 yards of Serious Cycles. It's a big unpaved parking lot that always seems to be empty. From this point, pick up the double track (there's only one that starts from the parking lot). Take your first left onto singletrack, and then stay right from there, remaining on wonderful singetrack. If you play your card right, you'll end up eventually in a washed out gully (40 minutes later). Climb up, and you'll be back in the parking lot.

Similar Products Used: trail of tears, otis air force base
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5
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