Sticks and Stones - TRAIL

Sticks and Stones - Trail, N. Conway, Hampshire

Single track that incorperates stone stunts with go arounds. Little climbing, approx. 1.5 mi.

User Reviews (2)

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willhouse207   Weekend Warrior [Jul 15, 2011]

very compact and a lot of fun. Has very good flow to it. Lots to tight banked turns, small ups and downs. Good amount of stunts if you go the right way, if you go around the loop wrong that stunts are backwards. All stunts can be avoided if you wish.

pretty popular spot, ran into a lot of other bikers there. Not too crowded to ruin it though

Customer Service

after leaving from the kiosk there us a small ~300' long connector trail, then you can go left or right around the loop. I suggest going to the right so you go around counter clockwise. Better flow, going in the direction of most of the stunts ect, its all opinion, its fun both ways

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5
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2
jonathan spak   Cross Country Rider [Jun 24, 2009]

Great flow, I prefer to ride it counter clockwise. Stunts have been built to accept both directions of travel. Great trail to do laps on. Minimal climbing, some simple stunts, some not so simple. Despite the on trail criticism I think the recent foliage thinning helps. Keep up the great grooming. Any other trails you've been working on??

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5
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3
Tony Tulip   Cross Country Rider [Aug 28, 2006]

Great flowing single track that uses leftover granite (from dam building)to make stunts. All stunts have a go round. Can be easily linked up with Mt. Cranmore and Whittaker Woods trails. Recent addition of another 1 mile loop. Nice whoops and banked turns too. Built by the White Mnt. NEMBA Chapter. NO MUD!!

Similar Products Used: Power lines, Mt. Cranmore, Black Cap Connector, Red Tail, Whittaker Woods
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5
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2
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