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We hired bikes and cycled most of this route from Wolfeboro to Wakefield. There was a definite incline going East which made it harder going on the way there but much easier on the way back. Rewarded by some stunning foliage and good areas to...More
Accessed easily in downtown Wolfeboro New Hampshire. Plenty of free parking a short distance from the trailhead. One major drawback... not all of the rails have been removed, and where they remain, the trail often goes in between the rails, then out, then back in....More
great spot for a walk or a bike ride. We rode it three times the week we were in town. Even though it was hot and humid in Wolfeboro, the trail remained cool because it is so shady. Very pretty, runs for many miles, and...More
We visit the Cotton Valley Trail at least twice a month. The trail is 12 miles long going between Wakefield, NH and Wolfeboro, NH. It follows an old railroad track with multiple access points for shorter hikes. Its popular with bike riders, runners, dog walkers,...More
We decided to take a walk in this trail, its peaceful, pretty and we really enjoyed it. Be prepared it can go on and on. We probably went 2 miles then turned around. There were joggers, other walkers so we felt comfortable. You park by...More
We found this rail trail a few years back and it's honestly amazing! Nice and flat terrain perfect (and easy) for walking, running or bike riding. Great scenery and places to take breaks along the way! Great for families too!
Several miles long, you can...More
Easy bike trail; flat. Beautiful views of the lakes. We both walked part of the trail (in the rain) and then rode bikes when it wasn't raining. We only biked about 4.5 miles in; the trail goes 12 miles -- I would love to go...More