Skip to content


Biking in the highest town in New England brings exhilaration and excitement at every bend! From beginner to advanced trails, Bethlehem offers a variety of options with more on the way.

Biking has become an increasingly popular activity for both the adventure seekers and leisure riders alike. In Bethlehem, you can find mountain biking, road and gravel biking and fat biking in the winter. Bethlehem is truly at the center of great biking in northern New Hampshire and more trails are easily accessible in neighboring towns.

Parker Mountain Trails in Littleton offers a 22-mile network of hand-built community-driven mountain bike, hiking, skiing, and running trails. Just a short ride away is the Franconia Notch Bike Path, featuring a 20-mile round trip trail running parallel to the parkway.

Please be aware of all safety concerns while riding your bike and be courteous to others who are using the trail at the same time as you. For more safety tips and reminders on on-road and off-road riding, click here.

Bethlehem Trails Association

Bike the North Country

To download a printable map of all of Bethlehem Trail Association’s trails, click here. To learn more about Bethlehem Trails Association, visit their website.

Other Biking Trails:

Profile Recreational Rail Trail: The Profile Rail Trail is 1.5-mile-long trail in Bethlehem between Route 3 and Rt. 302. This trail is open year-round for a variety of outdoor activities. Parking is available on Muchmore Road and Trudeau Road off Route 302.

Ammonoosuc Rail Trail: One of the most popular rides is along the Ammonoosuc River on the Rail Trail. This is accessible in Littleton and continues to Woodstock. During winter months, this trail is used as a snowmobiling, cross country skiing and walking path.