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    It takes just over 3 hours from Rutland, VT! I can leave work at 5:00pm and be at Hermits at 10:15pm- 10:30pm with no stops.
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    A little over 100 miles from Manchester, NH up 93 to the base of the cog side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spyboy
    A little over 100 miles from Manchester, NH up 93 to the base of the cog side.

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    I'm in Concord, NH.....so a bit over 100 miles.
    Hey, what ever it takes right?

    Sometimes I hike down here, but it's not the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joey Keyz
    I'm in Concord, NH.....so a bit over 100 miles.
    Hey, what ever it takes right?

    Sometimes I hike down here, but it's not the same.
    Ya gotta be in the Whites for something good. IMHO
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    I do the "nature trails" around Manchester (I live across the street from the Cedar Swamp Preserve) or bike on the railtrails (my days of mountain biking are over thanks to 18 years of snowboarding).

    Quote Originally Posted by Joey Keyz
    I'm in Concord, NH.....so a bit over 100 miles.
    Hey, what ever it takes right?

    Sometimes I hike down here, but it's not the same.
    Ya gotta be in the Whites for something good. IMHO

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    There used to be some nice trails out by Lake Massabesic, and then the rail trail that went out East to Raymond at least. But I left the area in '94 so i am not familiar with it any more.

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    The Massabesic trail is still there, it's not paved, but gets alot of use from runners and dog walkers. And snowmobiles in the winter.

    I know this is going "off topic" but a friend of mine and I started a rail trail bike group on meetup.com, the link to it is www.railtrailexplorers.com - we're trying to find and ride as many rail trails in NH (or other states), because he's handicapped and can't access single track or steep stuff, only wide packed gravel, but preferrably paved trails. He rides a PedalCoupe (www.pedalcoupe.com)

    anyway, sign up on the group, we need more suggestions for places to ride

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    Will do, one place to check out is in New Paltz, NY there is a rail trail there and in addition there are some other fairly gentle old carriage trails at Mohonk, just West of there on US 44-55. There are also a few other railtrails on the Eastern side of the Hudson in New York as well.

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