ebc - TRAIL

ebc - Trail, westford, Massachusetts

more xc riding than anything else, but it is an awesome place to ride, more beginner to advanced, not really expert, but biking is all fun so an expert xc racer could have fun hammering the trails there, and there are like 2 expert trails, there are some really, really technical trails in there, but it is a good place to spend an afternoon, all the trails link together and go around the small lake, and you cant really get lost in there, great place to ride though, the roots in the trails are awesome and make it really technical, awesome riding.

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Joe InWestrord   Weekend Warrior [Apr 22, 2007]

The main trail along the Stony Brook is easy, and quite scenic. Parallel to the river trail is an irregular ridge of small (50-100' foot) hills with a mix of dual and single track trails. On the other side of the ridge, lies Burgess Pond. Mostly dual track crossing the ridge, and single tracks running parallel to the ridge. Some of the ridge to trails are of intermediate difficulty. There are plenty of roots to slide on a logs to jump. There are a few steep descents. Nothing is really marked at all.

There are two main approaches to East Boston Camps. One is from the parking lot and dirt road off of Depot Road, across from Fletcher's. The other is off of Nutting Road by the remains of an old railroad overpass. From Nutting Road, a dirt road is hiding behind the south/west bridge pier. Go down this dirt road 1/4 mile and the first left will send you down a double track to Burgess Pond. The second left will put you on the river trail. The approach from Depot road requires either trespassing (everybody does it) through the old campground, or a quick ride over the ridge and down to the river.

Similar Products Used: Cider Mill Pond. Crazy unmarked (and overgrown single tracks).

MIT Haystack Observatory land. Well marked trails, intermediate to andvanced stuff. Lots of rocks, some steeps, and some narrow rustic bridges.
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