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Yankee Magazine Names Best 5 Mountain-Bike Trails in New England

Yankee Magazine Names Best 5 Mountain-Bike Trails in New England
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  • Trail of Tears

West Barnstable, MA: capecodbikeguide.com/tot.asp, mtbadventureseries.org/ridingzone/TrailofTears.html

“Brutishly named, but this Cape Cod trail is 16 miles of swooping cross-country single-track–perfect for intermediate-level riders who like an aerobic workout.”

Mount Agamenticus

York, ME: agamenticus.org, mtanemba.org

“Located near Ogunquit, Mount Ag’s Ring and Horse trails lead to terrific lookout-tower views across the Gulf of Maine and inland to the White Mountains.”

Yankee Magazine’s 2009 Travel Guide offers 270 reasons to see New England, including 254 “Best of New England — Editors’ Choice” selections where visitors can find the best foods and refreshments, lodging, attractions, and bargains. This special issue also names 120 top events around the region and includes food, home, and garden articles.

“Travel may never have been as important to our psyche as it is now; we may have lost money, but not curiosity,” says Yankee editor Mel Allen. “We still need the fun and adventure and stimulation that travel, more than anything else, gives us. And no place I know lets you see so much–from mountains and deep, clear lakes to storybook villages and world-class museums, all within a few hours of one another–as New England does.

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