Bog Brook Eddy

Lincoln, New Hampshire

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This ride switches back and forth between smooth trail and technical rock pounding as you make a continuous ascent to Bog Brook Eddy (a widening in the brook that looks like a pond below the actual Bog Pond). However, you are rewarded for your efforts with a look at a classic blackwater mountain bog with peat- and sphagnum-moss islands. Listen for the steam engine train whistle echoing across the valley from Lincoln as you climb. Tread: 1 mile of very rough jeep trail; 1.3 miles of ATV-width doubletrack. Location: 0.4 mile west of Interstate 93 north, exit 33, in Lincoln.
Mountain Biking the White Mountains: West

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Mountain Biking the White Mountains: West

by J. Richard Durnan (Falcon Guides)

This ride switches back and forth between smooth trail and technical rock pounding as you make a continuous ascent to Bog Brook Eddy (a widening in the brook that looks like a pond below the actual Bog Pond).

However, you are rewarded for your efforts with a look at a classic blackwater mountain bog with peat- and sphagnum-moss islands. Listen for the steam engine train whistle echoing across the valley from Lincoln as you climb. Tread: 1 mile of very rough jeep trail; 1.3 miles of ATV-width doubletrack. Location: 0.4 mile west of Interstate 93 north, exit 33, in Lincoln.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Lincoln
Distance: 6.4
Elevation Gain: 800 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Technical Difficulty: Easy to Difficult
Physical Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Duration: 1 to 1.5 hours
Trailhead Elevation: 1,000 feet
Top Elevation: 1,800 feet
Local Contacts: White Mountain National Forest.
Local Maps: WMNF Mountain Bike Map; DeLorme New Hampshire Atlas and Gazetteer, 10th edition; USGS Lincoln
Driving Directions: Directions to Bog Brook Eddy

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