Mack's Apples, Londonderry
This trail was developed for groomed, cross country skiing, but it is a great beginner or family mountain bike trail as well. This trail circles the perimeter of two apple orchards with a connector in between. Three sets of boardwalks cross the wet areas. This trail is especially nice when the apple trees are in bloom in mid May or in the fall, during apple picking time. There are about three miles of trails to enjoy here.
The trail begins across the street. Circle the orchard counter-clockwise for the best route. There are additional trails throughout the orchards. A map is available at the Mack’s Farm Stand on Route 128 (230 Mammoth Road).
Trail Head: 140 Pillsbury Rd
Head west on Route 102, from Route 93 Exit 4. Right on Mammoth Rd (Route 128). At the lights, turn left onto Pillsbury Road. Park at the Morrison House Museum, 0.2 mile on the right.
Owned/Managed: Town of Londonderry / Londonderry Conservation Commission
Maintained by: Londonderry Trailways
By Peter DeSantis & Beth Woodbury
Taken from their book
Get Out and Mountain Bike! Southern New Hampshire.
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