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With more than 7,000 acres to explore, the Blue Hills Reservation is great for mountain biking. Challenge yourself on rocky terrain or coast along level ground — just make sure you look out for other outdoor enthusiasts.
All trails within the reservation are multi-use. For safety's sake, we ask that mountain bikers yield to hikers and horseback riders. We also ask you to please be respectful of the environment around you and the trails themselves.
Mountain biking is closed the month of March due to soil conditions.
Here's what you should know before you hit the trails:
Look at the mountain biking trail map to learn exactly where you can ride. Mountain bike trails are marked in black. Trails where you can’t ride a mountain bike are marked in red. Pay attention to the contour lines on the trail map to find the right trail for you. Contour lines that are closer together indicate a steeper slope.
You can explore the following sections of Blue Hills Reservation on your mountain bike:
Mountain biking is not allowed on trails east of Route 28 or north of Interstate 93 to protect the endangered species that live there.
Other important guidelines:
What to bring:
If you're under 16, you're required to wear headgear by state law.