Brewster Forest - Trail, Brewster, Massachusetts

Brewster Forest - Trail, Brewster, Massachusetts

DESCRIPTION

Do Not Miss These Trails While On Cape Cod the two single track trails you come to just before the route 6 fence are sweet and tight! take the first one on the left and you will eventually come out on the second one one the left. this is the preferred direction with best downhill/uphill combinations. you will ride for miles and miles, just when you think you'll never come out is when you finally exit out of this loop keep heading straight across the fire road to another sweet single track loop which takes you to a sweet pond view and then back to where you started at the fire road by route 6. these are some of the best trails i have ridden while on vacation on cape cod. the best part is that you know where your going to come out and there are no intersecting trails to get lost on. you want more? go across route 6 to access miles more of single track that runs along the highway in the woods. if you go to the east you'll come out in orleans and if you go to west you'll come to route 124 exit 10 and beyond but i turned around here. i liked the trails to the west better. someone should adopt this spot and mark the loop so everyone only travels in one direction. when you first come in and figure out the mileage it looks like someone made these trails with a dirt bike and they are too skinny to get wrecked by ATVs....save your cape cod trails and don't let them knock down anymore forests to build houses.

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[Jun 03, 2011]
streetskidder
Cross Country Rider

not as buff as nick to tight not flowy or fast i liked nickerson way better im visiting from vt its nice not to climb for 20 min im amazed at the riding here (cape) it was soft not packed like other spots more traffic could help

Customer Service

stick to nick it rocks i ride two and a half hrs without repeating

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not same area but on cape otis ,tot ,willow all worth checking out ticks are plentiful in all areas i pick several off after a sesh just check and shower after riding also use slime the thorns are brutal

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[Sep 15, 2009]
XRC800
Cross Country Rider

Did the entire loop described above, took the second right to do the first loop with lake view. This loop is fun and only about 1 mile long. From here I went straight across the dirt road (the first left)into the woods. This loop is much larger, I would guess its 6-7 miles long. The first half was very fun, nice burms and rollers with good elevation changes and tight singletrack. The second half was a bit more rough. Some trail maintenance is needed, and the ruts seemed larger from dirtbikes. A few climbs required hiking due to steep dirt surface. At one point you will cross a paved access road, I think its Cove Rd. At this point you are about half way there and the trail proceeds back along Rt 6. The entire ride with both loops was 7-8 miles and took me, an intermediate rider, 52 minutes.

Customer Service

Arrived using the directions here. Driving East on Freemans the dirt trail head is on the right with a gate. Just ride to the end of the dirt road to Rt 6 fence and loop access.

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3
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[Apr 10, 2008]
JBH
Cross Country Rider

The directions already listed to this trail are spot on. The entire loop is about 7 or 8 miles. It is used by motocross types so some of the trail is rutted out, but still ridable. Not very technical, although a few of the climbs are challenging. It makes a nice loop though and is worth riding if you are in the Nickerson State Park area. There are way better options for riding if you are on Cape Cod though. Trail of tears in Barnstable or Otis in Falmouth are about the best the Cape has to offer. Nickerson is nice, but really hard to find the good trails without a guide.

Customer Service

Same as already listed.

Similar Products Used:

Willow Street, Trail of Tears, Otis, Nickerson.

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3
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3
[Mar 08, 2004]
joejm14
Weekend Warrior

Although very confusing, the above directions are dead on. This weekend (3/7) was my first time on this trail. It is in great shape for this time of year and the riding was great for all skill levels. I was not able to explore the entire trail, but what I did ride had a bit of everything. From great decents to tough inclines, this was a great trail to begin the season with. Definately worth checking out if your on the cape, you wont find much better in the area.

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4
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3
[Jul 07, 2003]
michael vitti

when you first come onto the dirt road trail from freemans way after the second downhill you'll come to a second trail coming in on the right. this goes out to a sandy fire road and then go left 20 yards and take the single track on your left. this is a single track alternative to the dirt road trail. eventually you'll come to a grassy old fire road on the left fork. take this and it takes you back on the dirt road trail to route 6 and the single track. if you continue on to the right on the single track alternative route you will go on some really cool tight trails which comes out to an atv riding area but go across this sandy trail and into the unknown.

or you can just follow the directions above and explore the rest of this area later.

Customer Service

print out the complicated directions above. from this location you can access the trails in the brewster forest, nickerson state park and the route 6 renegade trails

Similar Products Used:

route 6, trail of tears, ruth pond area of nickerson state park.

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