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Cross NH Adventure Trail

Cross NH Adventure Trail

This great 3-day ride takes you through the breathtaking scenery of New Hampshire’s famous White Mountains. You’ll enjoy incredible cycling through charming towns, passing along beautiful rivers and streams. But be ready, the XNHAT delivers every kind of terrain possible; paved trails and back roads, easy riding crushed stonedust, and even some gnarly gravel, delivering, as promised, ADVENTURE!


    Per Person Double Occ: $689  --   Single Occ: $889

    A deposit of $300 per person is required at time of reservation. 

    Please review our Reservation and Cancellation Policy before booking.


    Duration:  3 Days / 2 Nights

    Difficulty:    Easy to Moderate

    Total Miles:   85--  Avg. Daily Miles: 25 - 35 miles

    Meals:  2 Breakfasts; 3 Lunches


    Download Detailed Itinerary


    Day 1: Woodsville to Littleton

    Cycling: 20 Miles

    From our rendezvous spot at Cannon Mountain Recreation Area, we shuttle to the western trailhead for the XNHAT. At the trailhead we’ll have a short ride orientation and lunch then it’s on the bikes as we hit the trail taking in the spectacular scenery as we make our way to charming Littleton with its lively and colorful Main Street offering great dining and sightseeing.


    Day 2: Littleton to Gorham

    Cycling: 37 Miles

    After a great breakfast, it’s on the bikes and back on the trail. The panoramic views of the famous Presidential Mountains are truly awe-inspiring, as are the views into the lush and colorful valleys, dissected by sparkling rivers and streams. At approximately mile 17.5 you come to Cherry Pond Natural Area where you can park your bike and enjoy lunch in this tranquil site before continuing on to Gorham and your stop for the evening.


    Day 3: Gorham to Bethel Maine

    Cycling: 25 Miles

    We set out for our last day as we make our way to the New Hampshire & Maine border. The beauty and solitude of this last section allows you to get lost in your thoughts and to find a true appreciation for the boundless beauty that is New Hampshire. You cross the border just shy of mile 12, and from there much of your ride is on quiet back roads with little to no traffic, but with miles of stellar scenery. You’ll continue on to trail’s end in Bethel where your trusty guide is there to meet you and to treat you to a celebratory lunch at locally famous Butcher Burger!

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