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    best maps for holyoke range trails, camping spots too?

    Looking to head up to the Holyoke range for a day or 2 of riding, what are the best maps? If anyone wants to throw in some must-ride trails that'd be cool too. Also- close camping spots?

    thanks all!

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    echo?

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    I have a good map on my computer at work, PM me your email address and I will send it to you along with a route / trail recommendation.

    Also, I would try to find a campground somewhere off 91 north of Hadley / Amherst. Plan on riding B-street / Earls one day and then head a little farther north the next day to ride either Wendell State Forest or the CTC trail system.

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    PM Me for Bachelor/Earls with trail descriptions.
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    Sheesh....wish I had seen this a couple days ago, as I just dropped off my daughter at college and headed over to check out the trails.

    Maps there were hard to follow, nobody else I saw on bikes, and lots of "no bikes on this trail" signs.

    Still rode almost 6 miles, bit wished I'd had a better route, etc....

    Will pm you also if ok and would appreciate the info very much.

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    Sounds like you parked at the visitors center on rt 116 and ended up on the hiking only trails.

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    Sheesh....wish I had seen this a couple days ago, as I just dropped off my daughter at college and headed over to check out the trails.

    Maps there were hard to follow, nobody else I saw on bikes, and lots of "no bikes on this trail" signs.

    Still rode almost 6 miles, bit wished I'd had a better route, etc....

    Will pm you also if ok and would appreciate the info very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Mailloux View Post
    Sounds like you parked at the visitors center on rt 116 and ended up on the hiking only trails.
    Yes.

    But the map does show biking trails on both sides of 116...

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    Yea those maps don't show most of the MTB stuff.. Only a couple trails..
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