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Loon will reopen May 25

About the Trails

Bike Park

In May 2019, Loon broke ground on a multi-phase plan to build a network of over 15 miles of lift-serviced downhill mountain biking trails!

Now in our 6th season of operation, Loon continues to expand the downhill network. With the Governor Adams Lodge as it's home base guests have one central location to pick up tickets, passes, rentals all in one building.

Just a short walk from the Governor Adams Lodge is the Kancamagus 8 lift; a high-speed state-of-the-art chairlift that brings riders up 1,065 vertical feet in under 6 minutes. Designed and built in conjunction with Highland Trails LLC, of the industry-leading Highland Mountain Bike Park, the new network of trails will complement Loon's 6+ existing miles of cross-country biking trails.

Once all phases are complete, Loon will offer over 20 miles of biking trails - the largest network of combined downhill and cross-country trails in New Hampshire.

Freeride Trails

Freeride trails contain constructed enhanced/modified terrain, obstacles, and features such as jumps, berms, banks, bridges, drops, etc. created from dirt, wood or other materials. Freeride Trails may also incorporate Technical Trail features and designs. Freeride Trails are designed to be ridden downhill. The skills necessary to navigate Freeride Trails include negotiating variable terrain, such as jumps and drops.

Technical Trails

contain roots, gravel, rocks, logs, water crossings, jumps drop s and other natural characteristics and obstacles found in the natural environment, and may also include some man-made obstacles and bridges. Technical Trails look largely natural. They may be designated for downhill and/or uphill travel. The skills necessary to navigate Technical Trails include negotiating variable terrain, such as jumps and drops.

East Ridge Trails

Get off the beaten path. Explore over 6 miles of cross-country trails that meander along the scenic Pemigewasset River and ascend through the forest of lower Black Mountain. A great option for intermediate and advanced riders, Loon's East Ridge trail network uses the former logging roads that harken back to Lincoln's days as a logging town.