One Mile, Sentennial Pine, Bobcat Loop Trail is a 10.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Suncook, New Hampshire that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until November.
New to mountain biking. Friend took me here. Some sections were pretty technical, looking at the loop we did, most was on the black difficult trails. For the most part though, it was a blast! Had a lot of fun and was beat the reat of the weekend, but it was a good kick into the world of trail riding
Awesome. Well maintained trails for hiking lil advance for biking but if you k ow how to bike lime that its perfect
Beautiful, peaceful, freedom!
Lots of trail options here. I usually take One Mile Trail and follow it to the Bear Brook trail. The river is pretty. There's a few narrow parts which got congested with mountain bikers. Also took the path nearby Bear Brook which lead to farmland. Don't hike here on the hotter days and in late July/August though, the deerflies were especially horrible and ruined a few hikes. Tens of them chased us three miles back to the cars. Four dollar park fee per person upon entry.
I keep getting lost trying to stay on Pitch Pine. Im either going to get shot with an arrow or hooked by a fly fisher.Little Bear trail is fun though.All in all well worth the park fee.