"A long ride on easy country roads and challenging double-track bordered by old stone walls. This ride makes a long circumnavigation of Blue Job Mountain, one of the few peaks in southeastern New Hampshire. Most of the trip is on easy maintained dirt roads that pass through rolling countryside, but there are a few miles of riding on rocky double-track—eroded old town roads that now wind their way past stone walls and through quiet hardwood forests.
You will also climb about 1,200 feet on this trip, but it is pretty easy to handle, because there are no long, sustained climbs. In addition to passing through forests, this trip will take you to beaver ponds, farms, and a bog, creating the potential to see a variety of wildlife. We saw ruffed grouse, deer, and a barred owl on our ride, and the area is also known to harbor red fox, moose, and black bear."