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Great place tonight and get in some exercise

The trail rail Is extensive having been the former railroad tracks that reached from Connecticut to... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
MaryBelleIsle
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Keene, NH
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Running/biking trail

Pathways for Keene has done an excellent job with the rail system in Keene. One section near... read more

Reviewed 3 September 2018
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The trail rail Is extensive having been the former railroad tracks that reached from Connecticut to Canada. They are well-maintained and have always been very safe for me all around the Monadnock Region of NH. My use for them has been for bike riding primarily,...More

Thank MaryBelleIsle
Reviewed 3 September 2018

Pathways for Keene has done an excellent job with the rail system in Keene. One section near downtown has a bicycle repair station. If you are a runner or cyclist this is the place to train. They have two bridges that cross over highways

Thank emily672018
Reviewed 27 June 2018

We stayed at an airbnb near the trail and biked in to town 2 mornings for breakfast. One on the mornings we headed back to our airbnb, north of town and then continued through the woods which was beautiful! Not sure of the actual location...More

2  Thank tripsgaloreandmore
Reviewed 26 June 2018 via mobile

This was our first time riding a bike on this trail. We parked at Colony Mills and were lucky enough to speak with a couple gentlemen who were familiar with the trail. We headed on the trail towards Westmoreland on a wide very smooth trail....More

Thank Bden99
Reviewed 17 June 2018

Just South of Downtown Keene, off Route 101 (Marlboro Street) where we parked, my wife and I walked up the embankment with our two eager Golden Retriever dogs on leash. Walking south, we immediately encountered the high point of the walk, the Old Stone Arch...More

Thank TrainManDan10
Reviewed 29 May 2018

Rail trail is beautiful in keene, has historical markers and is paved for access for bikes, walkers, pets, etc. Can be a little sketchy if you are alone since some of keene degenerates tend to congregate on the path drinking cheap beer and being thugs....More

Thank Kali C
Reviewed 9 March 2018 via mobile

I love walking on the rail trail. It is great in all seasons, except for the snowmobiles in the winter. I feel safe walking alone and people are always very friendly. The city does a great job maintaining it.

Thank Melissa J
Reviewed 10 February 2018 via mobile

A mostly flat trail running though this town on the old rail beds. Be very careful of holes on the gravel sections. I like the section near the college sports fields. Lots of wildlife and birds to watch by the water. Be mindful of the...More

Thank toscwolfstar
Reviewed 26 December 2017

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

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Yes it's a public area no restrictions
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TrainManDan10
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Yes from downtown Keene, NH you can access trails
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