Northern NH

WM NEMBA Weekend Trail Work


5/18/14 9:00am to 12:00pm

We have scheduled the following dates for our 2014 Trail Care Season. Please come out and help support the trails.
•    Sunday, May 18th
•    Sunday, June 15th
•    Sunday, July 26th and 27th - our 14th annual MTB weekend
•    Sunday, August 17th
•    Sunday, September 21st Read more about WM NEMBA Weekend Trail Work


Location TBA, Check website

Event Leader

Rob Adair

Gorham NH MTB Weekend


10/18/14 9:00am to 10/19/14 3:30pm

Mt Biking in Gorham, NH.  October 18th & 19th  2014

Presented by Top Notch Inn, Coos Cycling Club, Libby's Bistro & White Mountains NEMBA

We invite you, friends and family to Gorham! Plenty to do here in the White Mts. Ride the trails, hike, paddle and party!  Stay at Top Notch Inn & dine at Libby's Bistro. All are welcome.

Sat & Sun there will be signed trails, maps and guided mt bike rides leaving Top Notch Inn at 10am and 2pm.

Fri, Sat & Sun rooms at the Top Notch Inn discounted for participants. Libby's Bistro Saturday 5pm cocktail party and 6pm a family style dinner for just $15!

Must call the Top Notch Inn to make reservations for rooms & reserve dinner 603-466-5496

Stay connected and learn about the latest by checking out the Facebook event page. Read more about Gorham NH MTB Weekend


Gorham, New Hampshire


Event Leader

Sally Brassill

Franconia Area NEMBA Annual Gathering 2016


7/10/16 5:00pm to 7:30pm


Date: Sunday, 7/10/16
What: Franconia Area NEMBA with our community partners Lafayette Recreation and Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country will host a trail network Land Owners appreciation barbeque.
All friends of the North Country trails are invited to come celebrate with food, games and entertainment!

Where: Dow Park, Franconia, NH

When: Sunday, July 10, 2016
Time: 5:00 - 7:30 pm 
Please bring a cold salad or dessert to share. Grill food (hot dogs, hamburgers, etc...) will be provided. BYOB
Also, there will be a group ride on Sunday, from 1 pm – 3 pm, leaving from the Franconia Inn, 1172 Easton Road, Franconia, NH. Please park in the lot across from the Franconia Inn. Read more about Franconia Area NEMBA Annual Gathering 2016


Dow Park, Franconia

Event Leader

Janel Lawton

Northern NH


10 Pine Hill Rd
Littleton  New Hampshire  03561
United States








Need another reason to go riding? Well, the growing PRKR MTN Trails located in the vibrant North Country town of Littleton NH might be just what you’re looking for.
The PRKR MTN trail network is entirely located on or around the 2000-foot summit of Parker Mountain on several hundred acres of privately-owned land. To date, the total trail network is estimated to be 24 miles and includes singletracks as well as doubletrack logging roads. Trail work is ongoing for 2016, so the trail mileage will continue to grow. PRKR MT’s professional trail crew works hard to expand the current trail system while improving what’s already on-the-ground.
The trails stretch north from the top of School Street and behind the Town Pool.  The system provides access to the summit of Parker Mountain -- the highest point in Littleton -- but the most impressive views are from “Linda’s Lookout,” a cliff with a view of the entire northern Presidential Range of the White Mountains.  From there, the trails are designed to connect directly to town and downtown restaurants and inns.
Most people choose to ride uphill on one of the old logging trails or doubletracks. There are a variety of ways back down ranging from easy to advanced in difficulty.
The two downhill-only trails Wildcard and Beginner’s Luck drop off the back of the summit and are definitely not lucky for beginners. They’re serious downhill trails. They flow very nicely, but have berms, banks, bridges, and drops.
A more mellow route back to town is the I95 trail.
As a general rule, the farther you get from town the harder the trails become. Two exceptions to that are Rhyme & Reason and Tin Can Alley, which, while mostly flat offer a number of technical challenges.
The land has been owned since 1975 by the Caswell family.  Dr. Caswell was a physician in town for almost 30 years and was an outdoor enthusiast and often trained local search and rescue teams and ski resort patrol members.  Linda’s Lookout is named Mrs. Caswell, who often hiked to that spot.  The family is actively involved in designing and promoting PRKR MTN and you are likely to see Taylor Caswell out riding the trails.
From Linda’s Lookout you can ride downhill singletracks all the way back to town starting with Gardner’s Trail.
When you do, a good first stop when you get back to town is the Schilling Beer Company, a riverside brewpub with the best local beer around as well as a great place for lunch or dinner. Other notable places to eat are Miller’s Café, Chang Thai, M-Zo Coffee and Tea, Bailiwick’s, or Gold House Pizza.   And there are many more.
Lodging includes Thayer’s Inn, The Beal House Inn and Restaurant, Hampton Inn, and many more.
Littleton’s award-winning downtown makes it an excellent choice as basecamp for an epic weekend riding PRKR MTN and Kingdom Trails, located only 40 minutes northwest of Littleton.
I welcome you to explore what we feel is one of the best trail systems in the state. Our team includes Dave Harkless of Littleton Bike & Fitness, Justin Daigneault of Horizons Engineering and Blake Roberts, our head trail builder who manages a crew of trail workers. All are avid mountain bikers and enjoy nothing more than talking PRKR trails with newcomers.  
On your way into town, be sure to stop in at Littleton Bike & Fitness for some local knowledge and a copy of the current trail map. Check the PRKR MTN Facebook page for more info, photos, a few videos, and upcoming events.
Taylor Caswell 
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Local Shops

Littleton Bike & Fitness

Links to Relevant Resources

Local Eats

Schilling Beer Company

Miller's Cafe

Chang Thai Cafe

M-Zo Coffee


Gold House Pizza

Northern NH

Central NH

Fox Park Trails

53 Prince Haven Rd.
Plymouth  New Hampshire  03264
United States


Fox Park Trails on Price Haven Road, Plymouth, NH
Pemi Valley NEMBA's largest project to date!  Fox Park has several looping, switchbacking trails.  There's some flowy downhill, as well as some tight technical sections, and even a beginners loop!  There's a little something for everyone at Fox Park.  Stop by Rhino Bikes to get trail recommendation, and first hand accounts of the system.

Local Shops

Rhino Bikes Works

Cooley Jericho Community Forest Trail Day


11/7/15 (All day)

Time: 8:45 meet at parking area; the hike up will take a 1/2 hour; trail work will begin at 9:15

Where: Trumpet Round Road, Sugar Hill. Park on the gravel at the end of road or drive an SUV up to landing if vehicle clearance allows. Meet at the parking lot at the end of the bog bridges. See attached map for more details. 

What to Bring: foliage clearing tools, loppers, clippers, Pulaski, grub hoe, crow bars, rakes, shovels, water, food and energy! Read more about Cooley Jericho Community Forest Trail Day

Event Leader

Janel Lawton

Cooley-Jerico Community Forest Trail Day


10/10/15 (All day)

We have 2 more trail days scheduled for 2015. We will be working on trails at the Cooley-Jericho Community Forest and Suzanne Beauchesne will be leading the groups to help with benching and rock work on the traverse. 
And specific questions can be directed to Suzanne at:

When: Saturday, October 10th and November 7th 
Time: 8:45 meet at parking area; the hike up will take a 1/2 hour; trail work will begin at 9:15
Where: Trumpet Round Road, Sugar Hill. Park on the gravel at the end of road or drive an SUV up to landing if vehicle clearance allows. Meet at the parking lot. See attached map for more details. 
What to Bring: foliage clearing tools, loppers, clippers, Pulaski, grub hoe, crow bars, rakes, shovels, water, food and energy! Read more about Cooley-Jerico Community Forest Trail Day


78 Trumpet Round Rd. Sugar Hill, NH

Event Leader

Suzanne Beauchesne

Top Notch Mt Bike Weekend


10/23/15 6:00pm to 10/25/15 3:00pm

• 6pm Welcome Social at Mt Moriah Cottage includes
“Chili, Moat Beer & Mt Bike Movie!”
• 9:30 am Mt Bike Rides-Beginner to long EPIC –
Rides include a guide & "trail-side food truck"
• 6pm Delicious Family Style Dinner at Libby’s Just $15
• 10 am Coos Cycling Club “Campground Crit” a short course to test your wit!
Followed by guided rides in Moose Brook State Park and Power Island
Raffles, Rides, Race & Really good food all weekend! Come join us!

Donations of $10 daily welcomed
Keep up with the latest information on Facebook.

FMI Call 603-466-5496 or visit Local/Activities page on Read more about Top Notch Mt Bike Weekend


Gorham NH

Event Leader

Sally Brassill

Franconia Area NEMBA Spring Clean-Up


Repeats every week until Sat May 16 2015 .
5/9/15 9:00am to 12:00pm

Dates: Saturday, May 9th & 16th

Time: 9 AM


Meeting location: White Mountain Bike Shop, Rt 116 (Franconia Inn), Franconia

We will be Spring cleaning the trails between the Franconia Inn and Fox Hill, end-to-end. Shuttle cars will be arranged at the end to give rides back to the WM Bike Shop. Bikes are not necessary, but feel free to bring them.

What to bring: water, snacks, work gloves and any small light tools you may have access to (rake, folding saw, pruners, etc…).

Any specific questions about the trail cleaning event can be directed to Eric Pospesil Read more about Franconia Area NEMBA Spring Clean-Up


White Mountain Bike Shop

Event Leader

Eric Pospesil

A Warm Welcome to Franconia Area NEMBA

Saturday, May 2, 2015

On May 2nd, 2015 NEMBA Board of Directors voted unanimously to grant Franconia Area NEMBA chapter status.  We welcome Franconia Area NEMBA to the organization and are confident that they’ll do great things for the sport and for the trails.

Their goal is to preserve, maintain, and develop the trails in the Franconia, Easton, Sugar Hill, Bethlehem, and Littleton region and to promote the growth of the mountain biking community and educate the general public about responsible and sustainable biking.

They plan to work not only with local towns and land trusts, but also to partner with the Appalachian Mountain Club, Plymouth State University and The White Mountain National Forest. The area is rich in open space protection and recreation, and the new chapter will allow for mountain bikers to get more involved in protecting and shaping the future of the sport.

  Read more about A Warm Welcome to Franconia Area NEMBA