Riders and hikers of all ages frequent the greenbelt trails winding through the forests that connect the neighborhoods and designated conservation areas together. A 7-8 mile loop can be connected which would include Winnick Woods, Robinson’s Woods, and the Gull Crest Trails in Cape Elizabeth. All three concentrated riding areas offer miles of windy single track, good for beginners or advanced riders alike. Trails will take you by beautiful ponds, over tricky bridges, and through technical rocky sections.
Beginners often enjoy Robinson's Woods well maintained outer loop as a great place to get a taste of New England riding! GP NEMBA has held many trail days in these areas, check out the bridges in Winnick and the boardwalk and bridges in the Cross Hill area just outside of Winnick.
A local rider or GPS track can help you connect the trails, or print a map from the Cape Elizabeth Land Trust website http://www.capelandtrust.org/trails.html or from the town of Cape Elizabeth website: www.capeelizabeth.com/government/ rules_regs/maps/ trailsmaps/home.html.