Rockingham Recreational Trail is a hiking trail in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. It is within Weber Town Forest Conservation Area. It is 21.7 miles long and begins at 318 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 36.6 miles with a total elevation gain of 777 feet. The Greenbelt B wood can be seen along the trail. There are also wetlands, a water, and parkings along the trail.
Rockingham Recreational Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"This ride's general location is between Derry and Fremont. Scenery includes semi-wooded countryside with ponds and wetlands. This trail is open to motorized use. If you love the scent of burning two-cycle oil, this is the ride for you as it's open to motorcycles and ATVers as well as non-motorized folks. It's not dangerous, as the trail is wide, and sight distance is excellent throughout. ATVs usually slow down and keep to the other side as they pass. Not far from Windham Depot is the Robert Frost Farm State Historic Site. Frost left behind a dizzying array of authentic historic sites, each with its own cast-iron marker. He lived on this particular Frost Farm as a young family man for ten years. It's open to the public on limited weekend hours."
--Jeff Faust, Mountain Bike! New Hampshire (Menasha Ridge Press).
"Abandoned rail lines invite yet another opportunity for easy mountain biking through Southern New Hampshire, the countryside that for so long inspired the poet Robert Frost. Steel and wood bridges remain to guide you over water, and the state has built a tunnel under NH 101 to keep your trip safe and fluid. Ready for groups and families, trail surfaces are generally firm, and long lines-of-sight keep even over-energized riders perceptibly near. Trail Surface: Converted railroad bed: gravel and cinder."
--Bob Fitzhenry, Mountain Bike America: New Hampshire & Maine (The Globe Pequot Press).
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