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Dam Road to Tupelo and Old City Trail is a 3.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Hollis, New Hampshire that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 3.5 mi Elevation gain 265 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Cross country skiing

Fishing

Hiking

Horseback riding

Mountain biking

Nature trips

Snowshoeing

Walking

Bird watching

Running

Forest

Lake

Views

Wildlife

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Beaver Brook offers 35 miles of trails accessed by 10 different trailheads. There are trails near rivers, ponds, streams, and small waterfalls. There are trails that range from easy to moderate as the elevation gain is not great on any of the trails. There are trails for hiking, snowshoeing

117 Ridge Road Hollis NH is the main office and trailheads. Portapotty behind workshop. Classrooms for rent. A yurt. Historical farm, 12 theme gardens. Parking for 50 cars. Trailheads also on Brown Lane, Hollis; 3 trailheads on route 130 in Hollis, 2 trailheads in Milford NH.

Beaver Brook Office is open 9-3 M-F. 603-465-7787 info@beaverbrook.org Trails and grounds are open 365 days per year free, dawn to dusk.

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Constantine Magildahyde
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Go counter clockwise on a bike. The east half of the loop is smoother and faster, so better uphill. The western half is rooted and rocky and better for going downhill. Bikes are allowed on these trails, but not all.

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Jenny D
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Jerry Smith
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Judy Morgan Murphy
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Hiking

It was awful. Skinny trails full of bugs and spiderwebs everywhere. Couldn’t wait to be done with it

Melissa M.
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Hiking

Lots of mosquitoes so come prepared! Good hike otherwise.

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Bee Shizzle
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Hiking

Trail signs extremely easy to follow!

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Bomnie Keane
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HikingMuddy

Great trail! A little harder than I was expecting in the beginning on the Turpelo trail but then it leveled out. Wish I had worn my hiking shoes rather than sneakers. Little muddy in spots, a lot of tree roots but very well marked. Looking forward to doing it again.

Mark Desjardins
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Ryan Workman
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Maxine Nash
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Hiking

1st mile and a half was rough for me but after that it was beautiful I love this trail

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Maxine Nash
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HikingRocky

Awesome trail I did the pond loop trail and it was great I cannot wait to come back here in the summer The Rhododendrum‘s are going to be so sweet next year the trail around the loop is covered with them beautiful beautiful beautiful

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Carol Hallowell
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Hiking

We did this with our dogs on a sunny but cold day. Great hike through the woods. Starts off on a wide, dirt packed road but turns into smaller paths pretty quickly. Path has a few short bursts of inclines and smaller dips on the first 1/2 of the trail and rest of it is pretty flat. Trail is very well marked with a lot of other trails going off it, but if you follow the AllTrails map it is very easy to see where you need to go to stay on this trail. Can't wait to go back in the snow!

Heidi Jeffrey
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Amber Gowen
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Zack Shallah
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Beautiful wide trail! A bit buggy

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Brian Aja
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Jody Massey
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Laurie LEcuyer
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HikingBugs

Was pretty but it felt like I got bitten by a million mosquitos. I sprayed bug spray 6 times and it did not do anything!

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Jennifer Shepard
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Hiking

Nice trail, not too many bugs, beautiful wildflowers near water, butterflies and dragonflies everywhere.

Shawn Burgess
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alexis lykins
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Sarah Hutchinson
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This is a lovely set of trails that meanders around a number of ponds, including (of course) one with several beaver dams. The inclines and declines are slight which makes it a nice, easy walk though the woods. The extensive amount of Mountain Laurel were in full bloom - absolutely glorious! The only negative was the black fly swarms that kept you company along the way. It was difficult not to breathe them in, reminiscent of the back woods of Maine in May... And sadly, not all visitors heed the signage to pick up after their dogs, even though bags and a trash bin are provided. Makes the rest of us dog walkers look bad.

Aubrey Marchand
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Penny Forrestp
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definitely love it!

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