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    Access Alert 13,500 acres of trails and potential trails could be lost

    The Pisgah State Park in South West NH, the largest NH state park has been slated for "disposal" (their words not mine). Currently there are just a few bike legal trails. Ironically a new Chapter of NEMBA (Brattleboro/Keene) has recently been formed to work with the state to open up more of the trails to bikes. Suddenly the job at hand for the new Chapter is much greater than origonally thought . The decisions on the park are not yet final and the NH Division of Parks and Recreation will be accepting public comment until July 11 via fax (603-271-3553), e-mail ([email protected]), or mail: P.O. Box 1856, Concord, NH 03302. Please contact the department and express your feelings regarding the value of this state park. Please read the articles below for more information.

    http://www.reformer.com/ci_12606136?source=most_viewed

    http://www.valleypost.org/node/245

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    You should post this on the NEMBA forum also.

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    what ever happened to this? Pisgah is the coolest state park and a hidden gem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trucha View Post
    what ever happened to this? Pisgah is the coolest state park and a hidden gem.
    We're still working on it. I'm the secretary for the Brattleboro/Keene NEMBA chapter. The basic gist is that we bikers have a handful of trails we've been given access to. We're working with the state to possibly open up more trails though, although that is a long drawn out process.

    Good news, Pisgah is not shutting its doors!

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