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The following trails in the city of Concord are open to cyclers:
Eastman Street by the Styles Bridges Highway
Hazen Drive (Enter off East Side Drive)
Stickney Hill Road
Merrimack River Trail
A large park in New Hampshire that offers a baseball field, basketball court, football field, cross country skiing, running track, tennis courts, walking trails, and more.
A 5 mile hiking trail that borders the Contookcook River, taking about 2 hours to complete.
A 1.5 mile hiking trail along the floodplain of the Merrimack River which is a great area to notice all kinds of New Hampshire wildlife.
The following trails are located in the city of Manchester and are open to cyclers:
Rockingham Recreational Trail
Precourt Park Trail
Precourt Park is a conservation park that features a baseball and soccer field, fishing areas, a nature trail, and a boat/canoe launch into Nutt's Pond.
Rock Rimmon Park is the largest park in Manchester that offers a pool, playground tennis court, and basketball court to the public. There is a hike up a granite cliff that offers a great view of the city, as well as an area to picnic. Weather permitting, there is also an opportunity for rock climbers to scale the granite cliff.
The Heritage Trail is a 6.1 mile trail run by the state of New Hampshires that provides a link between communities. The trail gives access to walkers, hikers, and cyclers.