Mountain Bike America: Boston
by Jeff Cutler (The Globe Pequot Press)
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A fantastic series of trails, especially so close to the city. Perfect level of difficulty for an intermediate rider. Steep enough climbs to give you a great workout (I had to walk my bike in two spots), but another great downhill to make the climbs worth it. Up-and-down terrain, which makes the entire ride enjoyable. Wooded trails, a couple of small water-crossings, very few people (even on a 70-degree Friday afternoon).
Recommend the yellow-arrow-marked 4.5 mile loop. Took me about 90 minutes.
The blue hills are definately a great bunch of trails. You will feel the burn in your legs and your lungs. There are a good amount of rock gardens and rooted areas. Not all that crowded even on weekends.
Great for beginners and entermedeate riders some harder down hill sections. You can easley navigate and I do not see how you could get lost. A farley hard clime up but its defentley worth it,mostley downhill but there are some steep climes that are unespected so you have to manetane a fast past. You will also see other riders unlike Arcadea and other locale places I hate.
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