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Cheshire Recreational Rail Trail

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Cheshire Recreational Rail Trail

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TrainManDan10 wrote a review Nov 15
Keene, New Hampshire1,741 contributions99 helpful votes
After moving to the local area in June 2017 from Manassas, Virginia, my wife and I discovered this rail trail as a peaceful place for a nature walk with our visiting adult children or with our two, now one, Golden Retriever dogs, which we always have on leashes. We usually access the trail just off Rt 9 about a mile west of Home Depot. Check Google Maps for more details. We walk west for up to a mile along a trail that is in good condition.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Bden99 wrote a review Aug 2020
Manchester, New Hampshire1,061 contributions137 helpful votes
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We started in Fitzwilliam at State Line Circle. There is parking for several cars on this dirt road, but no actually parking lot. The trail itself is a mix of rocky, grassy, and sandy stretches. I would recommend a mountain bike. It is a fairly remote area with few road crossings and the scenery is generally good
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Date of experience: September 2020
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TrainManDan10 wrote a review Jul 2020
Keene, New Hampshire1,741 contributions99 helpful votes
My wife and I moved to Surry, NH, three years ago and have enjoyed this attraction for many reasons: 1. historic rail right-of-way, 2. nature, 3. exercise, and 4. tranquility. This visit was no different. We usually go to the most peaceful section, accessed by taking Rt 9 pass Base Hill Road and taking the first right turn (less than one mile) and parking along the road about one min drive from Rt 9. We always take our leashed Golden Retriever.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Gail P wrote a review Mar 2020
Keene, New Hampshire8 contributions2 helpful votes
Love the rail trail and have walked it too many times over the years to calculate. In all but the dead of winter, easily 4 times a week. It is a frequently traveled trail for walkers, runners, bikers and horses, all courteously sharing the beauty.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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413lee wrote a review Mar 2020
Keene, New Hampshire8 contributions2 helpful votes
The Cheshire Rail Trail is fantastic place enjoy the outdoors.You can ride it, walk it, hike it, whatever your interests. In some parts you can also ride horses. No motorized vehicles are allowed. If your new to the area you should familiarize yourself with the entry points and where they take you.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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