Webb's Forest - TRAIL

Webb's Forest - Trail, Sunapee, Hampshire

Great single track with major attractions like: "Root Canal" and "Tooth Chipper." Come on Sunday, September 26, 1999 for the Sunapee Lions 6th Annual Fall Festival Mountain Bike Race. All of the usual events and EFTA is making this one of the New England Championship Series again.

User Reviews (6)

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currier1   Cross Country Rider [Nov 28, 2004]

Good mix of single & double track with a few logging roads thrown in. Things get pretty dicey once you get into the conservation land on the other side. Very narrow, rocky and lots of roots to make you curse yourself for not riding cleanly. I should have stopped at the LBS to get a map or some guidance on a good way to ride this area. Spent a lot of time crisscrossing the same trails. There is plenty to ride out here, but like anywhere, knowing where to go helps. Not extremely technical or much in the way of elevation gain. Fun way to spend a couple hours. Nicely maintained trails wherever I went.

Customer Service

Start from the parking area and head up the hill. Stay to the right and ride counterclockwise around the trail network. Follow the white painted arrowheads on the trees.

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sugaringman85   Cross Country Rider [Sep 25, 2003]

This is the best trail system, i've ridden in years. There is so much variety for you to ride, nice easy trails for the kids and then difficult terrian for the more experienced riders. Awsome single tracks, and a sick down hill coming from the overlook.

Customer Service

Riding from the field, follow the race course up the the over look down through the switch backs, then up to the root canal, down the lions mane, and then finishing with some nice single and logging roads to the tar road.

Similar Products Used: The Pinnicle in Newport, NH Moody Park in Claremont, NH
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5
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4
Dawn   [Apr 22, 1999]

This is one place where you can ride for an hour or ride all day. All the trails loop together, even if you get misplaced, you're never lost. Stop in at the local bike shops for a map. I learned to mtn bike here and still enjoy it yrs later. Thanks to all who keep the trails well maintained and open for us to enjoy.

Customer Service

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Similar Products Used: Mink Hills, Warner
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4
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nick c   [Feb 17, 2001]

IF SOMEONE COULD SUGGEST SOME OTHER RIDES IN THIS AREA IT WOULD BE A GREAT HELP. IM FROM NJ AND LIVE IN NH NOW. ONCE THE SNOW CLEARS I HAVE TO GET OUT. I DIDNT GET MUCH GOOSD RIDING IN THIS WITNER IN NJ. WELL THANKS FOR ANY HELP YOU CAN GIVE.

Customer Service

HELP ME. IM NEW TO AREA AND IM DYING TO FIND SOME GREAT RIDING SPOTS. PLEASE EMAIL ME IF YOU CAN HELP.. FNC401@CS.COM

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Jonathan   [Jul 12, 2001]

this place has got some great fast single track that includes some great climbs. not the most technical place around but still its a fun fast ride that will give a wonderful workout. I am still learning my way around the trails, but what I have encountered so far was been good enough. this place would be great for the beginner all the way up to sport rider. I will give it 4 tires because of the lack of technical trails

Customer Service

there are some markers that were left up from an EFTA race so try and follow them.

Similar Products Used: Bear Brook State Park....some great technical riding here!
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2
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