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Cheshire Rail Trail

Route 101, Keene, NH
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Historic Cheshire Trail idea for hiking, biking, nature, socializing

Having recently moved from Manassas, VA, to Surry, New Hampshire, just north of Keene, my wife and... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Manassas, Virginia
Love this walking trail

Love walking on this trail and love how clean and easy it is to walk on it even with other walkers... read more

Reviewed 6 October 2017
Jaffrey, New Hampshire
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Route 101, Keene, NH
Route 101, Keene, NH
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Having recently moved from Manassas, VA, to Surry, New Hampshire, just north of Keene, my wife and I were looking for a special place to walk our two golden retrievers and ourselves in a peaceful, natural setting. The Cheshire Rail Trail, which starts south of...More

Thank TrainManDan10
Reviewed 6 October 2017 via mobile

Love walking on this trail and love how clean and easy it is to walk on it even with other walkers or bikers

Thank christineholohan136
Reviewed 7 September 2017

Well maintained with a varied view. Nice wide paths. Water, woods and birds. Flat and easy on old soles.

Thank Kathy J
Reviewed 13 August 2017

The rail trail is a beautiful, safe place to run or bike, alone or wth kids, surrounded by trees not cars.

Thank Lisa L
Reviewed 19 July 2017

Took the dog down the trail, she loved it and got to see cyclists and joggers. Good experience for the pup! Nice and flat, hard-packed trail. A lot of shade too. Great for a walk/bike/jog

Thank WeezieL
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

I use this trail for both hiking and biking. It's well suited for both. I especially like it for biking. It's well maintained, and as a former rail line, it's not overly steep. I've ridden it from Marlboro St and Lincoln St out past the...More

Thank sdpowell1255
Reviewed 26 June 2017

The rail trails are THE place to ride long distances. If you have the right bike with the right tires, you can go for hours. It's a great workout, and one of our favorite adventures around the area.

Thank porschedriver01
Reviewed 12 June 2017 via mobile

The Chire Rail Trail is an easy family paved trail that intersects the muddle of the town. Some of the trail travels the historic ateas of Keene, passes through Main Street where you can park your bike and walk around and/or enjoy shopping or one...More

Thank lkmartin1207
Reviewed 14 April 2017

This trail is right next to my home. Runs for miles. Great for hiking, biking, and in the winter time snowmobiling.

Thank Butch W
Reviewed 3 November 2016

As an aging bike rider, I use this trail network often. It is a delight to have such a treasure in this area.

Thank Hallhaus
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TeKema B
9 November 2016|
Response from Restless59 | Reviewed this property |
Yes it's a public area no restrictions
18 October 2016|
Response from Gina4654 | Reviewed this property |
Yes from downtown Keene, NH you can access trails