Pretty fun trails with no real elevation change. Like most trails, showing some sign of deterioration but still in good shape. Great choice for three or four visits a year, well marked reasonably flowing fun trails.
I have been riding the FOMBA trails for a year now since moving to New Hampshire. The trails range in length from 0.6 to 3 miles. Most of them are tight, twisty, rocky, rooty singletrack with little overall elevation gain, but steep ups and downs while navigating terrain features. 2 of the trails have decent flow to them (Hemlock and Woodpecker). My girlfriend loves these and I agree they are probably the most overall fun to ride. The others require you to fight for almost every inch of travel. They are still fun, and definitely will build your skill as a mountain biker. However, if you are used to trails that allow you to really get into a good groove, these will be frustrating at times. Fire Line and Long Trail are the two longest and will feel like 2 and 3 of the longest miles you will spend on your bike. All the trails are well marked with signs and there is a good map at the kiosk. Lots of parking available. You will never be more than a mile or so from your car if it starts to rain or if you break something important on your bike. When in the area, if you want to add some fire roads and snowmobile trails for distance, the Rockingham trail runs right next the FOMBA trails and Tower Hill Pond offers a relaxing loop on snowmobile trails (not at all technical).
Great trails. Tons of fun at any speed and good in any direction. Worth a drive to check them out.
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