Location: Squam Lake / Holderness

Distance: 4+ miles

Difficulty: Easy to very difficult. Not appropriate for family groups or inexperienced riders.

Surface: Mix of dirt roads with some narrow more rugged trails.

Start: Start from the junction of Rte. 3 and Rte. 25B, which is located 3 miles north of Meredith on Rte. 3. Go east on 25B for 0.3 miles. Turn left (north) onto College Rd. Go 0.3 miles for the first forest entrance, and 0.5 miles for the entrance to the beach trails.

Description: Chamberlain-Reynolds Memorial Forest is a 157-acre forest on the shores of beautiful Squam Lake. Trails vary from very flat and level dirt roads, to extremely challenging single-track. There are also some sections of trails that have not been maintained with bicycle riders in mind – for instance they put logs down over muddy areas that run parallel to the track – almost guaranteeing that your wheels will get caught in between the logs.

There are also some sections that even the most extreme mountain bikers will find challenging with rocks sticking up from the over-used trails.

More Information: Click Here for more information and a detailed route description and a map