This list represents the most popular mountain biking in Massachusetts. Use this list to plan your next Massachusetts mountain biking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.
#1 Blue Hills
The Blue Hills Reservation is one of the premiere mountain biking areas in Eastern Massachusetts because of its extensive ...
#2 Minuteman Bikeway
The Minuteman Bikeway has it all. It’s close to Boston, it’s historic, it’s located in a lush and beautiful area, and it’s ...
#3 Holyoke Range State Park
The town of Amherst is about 6 miles east of Interstate 91, 10 miles east of Northhampton, and 95 miles west of Boston. Expect ...
#4 Wompatuck State Park
This ride was developed on the route of a race that took place in the park during the summer of 1996. The race has since ...
#5 Lowell-Dracut-Tyngsboro State Park
Just north of Lowell, off Massachusetts Highway 113, and 30 miles north of Boston. The terrain is relatively flat, with a ...
#6 Cape Cod Rail Trail
Nickerson State Park, MA
Cape Cod Rail Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Barnstable County, Massachusetts. It is within Cape Cod Rail Trail and ...
#7 Callahan State Park
At the beginning of this ride, an earthen dam winds left around the bottom of the park. On top of this dam is a doubletrack ...
#8 Chester-Blandford State Forest
The Westfield River begins as three streams draining the eastern slope of the Berkshire Hills, and then flows into the Connecticut ...
#9 Skinner State Park
The Holyoke Range, including Skinner State Park and the adjacent Holyoke Range State Park, is one of the only east–west mountain ...
#10 Mount Grace State Forest
With a tall, eight-platform fire tower at its peak and the long-distance Metacomet-
Monadnock (M-M) Trail running up its ...
#11 Ayer-Pepperell Line
Town of Ayer, Groton, and Pepperell, to the New Hampshire border. Flat. Be sure to scan for traffic at the cross streets; ...
#12 Chebacco Woods
The solitude and stillness found here is remarkably similar to that found in the wilderness areas of Maine, New Hampshire, ...
#13 October Mountain State Forest
This hike follows the long-distance Appalachian Trail over Becket (2,200 feet) and Walling (2,220 feet) Mountains, then drops ...
#14 Upton State Forest
Well-marked dirt trails lead you past lady’s slipper flowers and lichen-crusted boulders
to Dean Pond, a great place to ...
#15 Mount Pisgah Conservation Area
Mount Pisgah is 715 feet above sea level, but is scarcely elevated at all from the trailhead. This flat hike winds through ...
#16 Blue Hills Reservation
Start at a sea-level pond and bog and, in just 0.5 mile, climb nearly 500 feet to Tucker
Hill, passing through three separate ...
#17 Stow Town Forest
The town of Stow, about 20 miles west of Boston. Gently rolling terrain, with one short, steep climb to and descent from ...
#18 Great Brook Farm
Great Brook Farm provides expanses of water and wilderness, perfect for enjoying a boat ride, a picnic, or a fun ride through ...
#19 F. Gilbert Hills State Forest
As is typical of Massachusetts's wilderness areas, Foxborough has been shaped by glacial activity. The large boulders, loose ...
#20 Lynn Woods Reservation
Lynn Woods can boast being the second largest municipally-owned park in the United States--the largest being Fairmount Park ...
These lakes are incredible and it is so fun to bring my family and dogs here See More
This trail is super packed on weekends because it's so popular, with good reason See More
This is a lovely hike up to the pretty Lost Lake See More