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    Adams farm

    Looking for a new place to ride. Just curious if Adams farm in Walpole is worth checking out? Thanks for any input.

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    Yes!

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    Hey Jeff, i ride there quite a bit. there is a lot of tight single track but not much in the way of hills or real techie stuff. i have a blast there but i live 2 miles away too so its easy. i usually start at the barn and take the trails off to the left on the main trail back.

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    Thanks for the replies, ended up on the trainer today. I plan on going tomorrow to check it out.
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    Its a good place to ride for a few hours nothing crazy.

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    I was able to check out the farm today. Spent about 2 hours riding in circles, or so it seemed. Alot of single track nothing to difficult, although I did stumble across a couple of cool birdges and rocks that you can play around on. Got a great workout in and think this would be a great spot to bring somebody just getting into the sport. Would have posted more pics but of course the camera went dead. Thanks again for the input guys.
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    cool man, glad you enjoyed the ride. It def is a great place to bring someone who isn't ready to pedal there ass off.

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    Yeah, fun place that's not really technically challenging. Some nice twisty single track without allot of rocks and a good place for a novice for sure. I live about 10 minutes from there and find it a fun place to go to kill an hour or 2.

    Want some more challenging stuff that's really close to Adams Farm is Hale Reservation. There is a new easy access parking area for Hale on Rt. 109 heading towards Westwood on the left probably 5 minutes from Adams. I haven't entered this way yet but they leveled and old house/farm made a nice new parking lot with Hale Access. I seem to get lost any time I ride in Hale though.
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    I will have to check it out.

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