White Mountains has great countryside for biking

Mountain Biking through Fields - Androscoggin Valley Chamber - Berlin, NH
Androscoggin Valley Chamber of Commerce

961 Main Street Berlin, NH, 03570 Phone: 603-228-0836

Biking – every season of the year – is a hit in this scenic river valley region

Happy trails for all types of bikers are everywhere in the Androscoggin Valley, NH region. Nestled amid two of New Hampshire’s most scenic regions, the White Mountains and the Great North Woods, the area is blessed with scenic trails that wind along rivers, through scenic parks – even down mountains. Imagine mountain biking surrounded by the explosion of color that marks autumn in New Hampshire (Milan Hill State Park is a great option), or leisurely biking along smooth, rolling carriage roads past meadows at Great Glen Trails, stopping to enjoy a picturesque mountain view while enjoying a picnic lunch. Bike by the lake in Jericho Mountain State Park. And don’t think biking has to stop when winter arrives. Check with area ski resorts about fat biking.
Summer Biking - Franconia Inn - Franconia, NH - Photo Credit NH Dept of Tourism
Franconia Inn

1172 Easton Road Franconia, NH, 03580 Phone: 603-823-5542 Toll-Free: 800-473-5299

This mountainside Inn is a biker’s paradise

Whether you enjoy leisurely pedaling on a forest path, zooming down a winding mountain trail, or gliding over the snow on a fat tire bike, the Franconia Inn is your base camp for every biking adventure. Set on 65 lovely acres in the White Mountains, this Inn offers easy access to the beauty and excitement of the area every season of the year. The folks at the “Bike Barn” next to the Inn will gladly recommend the best trails in the area and point you in the right direction. Just beyond the Inn’s front door, take off on over 100 miles of incredible mountain biking trails with varied terrain for every skill level. Or admire the stunning mountain views on the area’s most popular road rides Road bikes, mountain bikes, and fat tire bikes are all available to rent or buy.
Summer Biking - Town of Bethlehem, NH
Town of Bethlehem

Miles of scenic trails for all types of bikes, all levels of cycling experience

Bring your bike to Bethlehem, N.H., and you can really call yourself a big wheel: You’ll be biking in the highest town in New England! The area features miles and miles of trails for mountain and road, and gravel bikes all year and fat tire bikes in the winter. Bethlehem has over 14 miles of some of the best mountain bike trails in the area and Parker Mountain Trails in Littleton has a 22-mile network of fantastic trails for all levels. There’s also the Franconia Profile trails which have almost 40 miles of mountain bike trails and the Franconia Notch Bike Path with a 20-mile round trip running parallel to the parkway, and the Ammonoosuc Rail Trail that runs along the Ammonoosuc River from Littleton to Woodstock as well as the Cross New Hampshire Adventure Trail that goes right through Town. And of course, our roads have spectacular scenery to enjoy while riding. Go on the website and download a printable map of the Bethlehem Trail Association’s many trails for biker of all ages and experience levels.
Biking Family - Great Glen Trails - Gorham, NH
Great Glen Trails

Route 16 at Pinkham Notch Gorham, NH, 03581 Phone: 603-466-3988

Outdoor center offers wide variety of happy trails for all types of bikes, all types of bikers

There may be lots of terrain, and bike types, to choose from when you go biking at Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center, but they all have one thing in common: fun, fun, fun. Explore the forests, pass by scenic rivers and through beautiful meadows, and revel in the amazing mountain views when you set out on the center’s smooth, well-marked carriage roads. For more adventurous riders, there are sections of single track, from easier to intermediate levels. Bring your own bike or rent one, for two or four hours, at the Outfitters Shop, with all the latest bikes and gear and experienced, friendly staff. The shop features mountain bikes, fat bikes, comfort bikes, Trail-a-Bikes for youth and bike trailers for toddlers.
Kids Biking Purity Spring Resort Madison New Hampshire
Purity Spring Resort

1251 Eaton Road (Route 153) East Madison, NH, 03849 Phone: 603-367-8896 Toll-Free: 800-373-3754

Bikers of all ages and abilities will enjoy the terrain around pristine Purity Lake

Bring your mountain bike to the Purity Spring Resort: You won’t be disappointed! Bikers of all levels will appreciate the wide path over a Nordic trail network. The dirt and paved terrain is perfect for beginners and more advanced riders. Beginners will be happy with no major drops or jumps; more advanced riders will enjoy some of the single-track stretches. Both will appreciate the beauty of biking along pristine Purity Lake. And you don’t have to give up biking in the ski season: The King Pine Ski Area offers fat biking, a great winter workout. After your biking adventures, head back to the resort to take a dip in the indoor pool, relax in the hot tub or enjoy a meal at Traditions Restaurant or the Pine Cone Cafe.
cannon mountain bike path
Franconia Notch Bike Path

Access at base of Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway, 260 Tramway Drive Franconia, NH Phone:

This path travels the length of Franconia Notch and provides access to all of Franconia Notch State Park facilities and natural features. Cannon Mountain offers bike rentals and shuttle service. Access to the Franconia Notch Bike Path from the base of the Aerial Tramway, Exit 34B, I-93. Shuttle rides will be available from the Flume Gorge back to the Tram. See recreation path link for more information about using the bike path.
Moose Brook State Park

Jimtown Road (off Route 2) Gorham, NH, 03581 Phone: 603-466-3850

Moose Brook State Park in White Mountains offers a variety of outdoor activities, including walking and mountain biking on a profusion of trails.
Hiking and mountain biking trails.
See full description of Moose Brook State Park