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The valley's west side mountain biking trails, namely the Moat trail system in the White Mountain National Forest, has been the recipient of much love this season. The Forest Service and volunteers from the White Mountains chapter of the New England Mountain Bike Association recently teamed …

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A riverside route familiar to cross-country skiers in winter, the Lower Nanamocomuck Ski Trail is a fine ride for mountain bikers in the Mount Washington Valley.

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The tent-shaped boulder is massive with its sharp top and scattered coat of dark leathery lettuce-like lichen. No doubt multitasking mountain bikers adept at bouldering have tried to scale a face of the glacial erratic by a bend in the trail that is part of the Moat network. At one end, the …

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Mountains in the summer are perfect for exploring, and what better way to cover more ground than by bike?  

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After first consulting the map I carried in my pocket and memorizing the trails I wanted to ride, I bounded through the forest on my trusted mountain rig. I wound my way among the rocks and roots, pumped my brakes steadily on winding hairpin turns, navigated a bevy of bog bridges and thoroug…

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Mountain biking in Mount Washington Valley is relatively unrestricted and depends upon rider's cooperation and consideration to remain that way.

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BARTLETT — Mountains in the summer are perfect for exploring, and what better way to cover more ground than by mountain bike?

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The Moat Mountain Smokey Quartz Loop is a bit like a credit card. In the beginning there is the thrill of instant, total satisfaction. But after the gratification, it's pay back time. There are those riders who may find paying back to be a small task.