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We have started at a variety of locations, and really enjoy the path from Troy up towards Keene. There is parking at the old Troy railroad station, and you can walk for miles with trees surrounding you, as well as the river next to you.
My wife and I are frequent walkers on the portion of the trail west of Keene just off Rt 9. Here the trail is well maintained and passes through many cuts and fill areas.
At some points I would estimate that the trail is at...More
The trail rail Is extensive having been the former railroad tracks that reached from Connecticut to Canada. They are well-maintained and have always been very safe for me all around the Monadnock Region of NH. My use for them has been for bike riding primarily,...More
Pathways for Keene has done an excellent job with the rail system in Keene. One section near downtown has a bicycle repair station. If you are a runner or cyclist this is the place to train. They have two bridges that cross over highways
We stayed at an airbnb near the trail and biked in to town 2 mornings for breakfast. One on the mornings we headed back to our airbnb, north of town and then continued through the woods which was beautiful! Not sure of the actual location...More
This was our first time riding a bike on this trail. We parked at Colony Mills and were lucky enough to speak with a couple gentlemen who were familiar with the trail. We headed on the trail towards Westmoreland on a wide very smooth trail....More
Just South of Downtown Keene, off Route 101 (Marlboro Street) where we parked, my wife and I walked up the embankment with our two eager Golden Retriever dogs on leash. Walking south, we immediately encountered the high point of the walk, the Old Stone Arch...More
Rail trail is beautiful in keene, has historical markers and is paved for access for bikes, walkers, pets, etc. Can be a little sketchy if you are alone since some of keene degenerates tend to congregate on the path drinking cheap beer and being thugs....More