The Nashua River Rail Trail is a 12.3-mile paved mixed-use rail trail in northern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire under control of the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR). It roughly follows the course of the Nashua River, passing through the towns of Ayer, Groton, Pepperell, and Dunstable, Massachusetts and ends about a mile across the New Hampshire state border in Nashua, New Hampshire. The trail is used by walkers, cyclists, inline skaters, equestrians, and cross-country skiers.
Parking is available at the Ayer center parking lot, on Groton St, in Ayer. There is also parking at the Nashua end of the trail. The route has gentle inclines but few noticeable gradients.
|Wouter Hoogkamer||1h 13m 52s|
|Wouter Hoogkamer||1h 17m 59s|
|Aaron Bellomo, Jonathan Richards||1h 19m 50s|
Along with Jonathan Richards, I will be looking to establish the one-way record Saturday morning, August 28th.
Assuming I manage to get out there before 8am tomorrow and beat the heat, I'll attempt both the one way and Out & Back FKTs, unsupported.