Find maps in RideWithGPS.com
We recommend downloading GPS tracks, carrying the fold-out map and having the cue sheet along for the ride, too.
There are only a few signs along the way at this point.
NEW MAPS on RideWithGPS:
Click on the links below for the NEW VERSION of the Entire 83 mile EASTWARD and WESTWARD maps (July, 2022):
The reason for the NEW MAPS is to include the new section (4.4 miles) of the Ammonoosuc Rail Trail from Industrial Park Road in Littleton to Oxbow Drive in Bethlehem. We fixed a few cues for some clarification, too.
There is a scenic, alternate on-road route that goes from WOODSVILLE to BATH. If you are experienced with hilly dirt road riding, try this route as an alternative to the rail trail - a pleasant ride on a scenic mostly dirt road. There are hills, but it is an enjoyable for the views and the quiet. If you are doing an out/back, perhaps use it to go east from Woodsville to Bath. Then on your way back, ride the rail trail all the way.
There is another scenic alternate all paved hilly road route that goes from BATH to LISBON. Try this route on a paved road as an alternative to the rail trail. There is a hefty climb at first, but it is an enjoyable ride with a fun downhill! If you are doing an out/back, perhaps use it to go east from Bath to Lisbon, then on your way back, ride the rail trail all the way.
Below are pdfs of Cue Sheets from RideWithGPS that you can Download and Print:
Click Here for the NEW pdf of the Cue Sheet of the Entire 83 mile route, EASTWARD from Woodsville, NH to Bethel, ME
Click Here for the NEW pdf of the Cue Sheet of the Entire 83 mile route, WESTWARD from Bethel, Maine to Woodsville, NH
Click Here for a pdf of the Cue Sheet for the 5.9 mile Alternate Route, EASTWARD: Paved back roads from Bath to Lisbon
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