Foxboro is open year-round, making it a great place to ride during the winter months. As you get further around the loop (riding counter-clockwise) the trail gets harder and harder, until you reach a two mile stretch of continuous rock gardens and hills which will challenge any rider. As a reward, after the last bridge, the trail races back to the parking lot on a fast downhill road with some fun jumps.
Related website: Foxboro description at NEMBA
Author: Dan Foster47 Waypoints | 0 Routes | 1 Tracks | How to use this GPX file?
- SPLIT TREE
A wierd tree with a hole through the trunk
- ACORN TR 2
Acorn Trail #2 crosses the Megley Trail
- BC SPLIT
B and C Loops Split. Short loop - go left. Long loop (adds a mile) - go straight.
- BC JOIN
BC Routes join again
- 2729 SPLIT
Bike Loop Split - Junction and sign at top of first hill of bike loop.
Cellar Hole in wetlands
Chicken Rock We named it Chicken Rock because I was too chicken to ride down it.
- CRAZY ROCK
Crazy Drop Rock A 30-foot rock face to ride down, if you dare.
- GRANITE ST
Intersection of High Rock Rd & Wolf Meadow Rd
Intersection of Megley Trail and High Rock Rd
Intersection of Rockwood Rd and Wolf Meadow Rd
- 1965 LEFT
Left Turn Trail turns left and skirts pond.
- MEGLEY 2
(Dirt Road Crossing)
Megley Trail #2
- MEGLEY 1
(Dirt Road Crossing)
Megley Trail Crossing #1
Parking Lot at Ranger Station
- RIGHT TURN
Right Turn! This intersection isn't marked. Go right.
- 0976 ROAD
- 0953 ROAD
Rolling Rock There used to be a huge boulder at the top of this hill. Where it rolled to, nobody knows.
Root Rock - This is a climb up a bare rock with a nasty root at the bottom where we took some photos.
Sand Pit on Route 1
Trail sign for the Warner and Acorn Trails
Water Crossing at the end of the ride
Water Hole #17 on the Warner Trail
Water Hole #4
FOXBORO (Track 2)
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