The carriage roads at Great Glen Trails are the perfect place to bring the entire family for a bike ride. Our smooth and well-marked carriage roads let you explore the forest and take in the mountain views. Your family will pedal through beautiful meadows, pass scenic rivers and see stunning mountain vistas. We offer rentals for adults and kids. Go at your own pace. Bring a picnic lunch. Take this time to break away and relax—with the whole family.

Our gently used rental bikes are now on sale! View list here

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Bike Pass: $10

We offer a full fleet of adult and children’s bikes, including Kona, Cannondale and Schwinn Comfort bikes, which are perfect for our carriage roads. All bike rentals include bike pass and helmet.

Bike Rentals (includes trail pass and helmet)

2 Hours 4 Hours
Adults (13+ yrs) $25.00 $30.00
Juniors (5-12 yrs) $18.00 $22.00

Helmets: $4.00 per day (Helmets are required)
Trail-a-Bikes and Trailers: $6.00 per hour

Please Note: From the first Tuesday in July through the last Tuesday in August our trails are closed to biking starting at 3:30pm due to the M & M Assurance Summer Mountain Bike Series On Tuesdays, bike rentals will only be available until 2:00pm. For more information, please call 603.466.2333.

We close for biking until 1:00pm August 27th 2016 due to the Paul Letarte Cross Country Invitational. Spectating on foot is welcome – come cheer on some of the best runners in the state!

Did you know we guide multi-day Teen Wilderness Adventure trips for the AMC?
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Advanced Riding
Cruise through the woods on our web of single-track trails throughout the system. Long loops and technical challenges are all waiting. And, with trail names like Outback and Whiplash along with our famous Plunge, Great Glen Trails is the place to test your mettle.


Great Glen offers personalized mountain bike lessons that can bring your riding techniques to a new level. There are many areas we can cover, like how to ride with suspension and improving your riding transitions (hills and corners). Develop your skills for climbing and descending single track, and learn about fitness and training techniques that will help you to be physically and mentally prepared for long or short rides.