Shelburne Trail Professional Review and Guide
"This relatively long ride follows back roads for most of its length. It meanders through a typical northern New Hampshire landscape of fields and woodlands before venturing into the deep woods of Evans Notch as it parallels the beautiful Wild River. The ride is on pavement for a little more than half the ride, and hard-packed gravel for the remainder. While the mileage is long, the elevation gain of 2,200 feet is well spread out and not too taxing, though there is a sustained but gradual climb during the Wild River section. If you are pressed for time and want to cut your mileage down, you can spot a second car at several spots along Route 113 or on Wild River Road and make this a one-way trip."
--Jerry & Marcy Monkman, Discover the White Mountains of New Hampshire (Appalachian Mountain Club Books).
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