Topsfield Ramble Ride

Topsfield, Massachusetts

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The Topsfield Ramble is a tour exploring three elegant old North Shore communities connected by delightful secondary roads winding past horse farms, country estates, and ponds and along the Ipswich River. Topsfield is best known for its two giant annual fairs, the American Crafts Exposition in July and the Topsfield Fair in October. The latter is one of the country’s oldest agricultural fairs, running since 1818. Surrounding the town are gentleman farms and estates spreading up rolling hills and the marshes of the Ipswich River, along which is the state’s largest Audubon sanctuary.
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Road Biking Massachusetts

by Tom Catalini (Falcon Guides)

The Topsfield Ramble is a tour exploring three elegant old North Shore communities connected by delightful secondary roads winding past horse farms, country estates, and ponds and along the Ipswich River. Topsfield is best known for its two giant annual fairs, the American Crafts Exposition in July and the Topsfield Fair in October.

The latter is one of the country’s oldest agricultural fairs, running since 1818. Surrounding the town are gentleman farms and estates spreading up rolling hills and the marshes of the Ipswich River, along which is the state’s largest Audubon sanctuary.

©  Tom Catalini/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Topsfield
Distance: 23.7
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Riding Time: 1.5 to 2 hours
Trailhead Elevation: 100 feet
Top Elevation: 200 feet
Local Contacts: North of Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau
Driving Directions: Directions to Topsfield Ramble Ride

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