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      Greenough is one of the three riding areas that make up the Willow Street complex of trails. Locals refer to all of these trails as “Exit 7” and many will choose to do an extended ride that includes trails from all three.

      Greenough is located to the north of route 6 at Exit 7. The name derives from Camp Greenough a Boy Scout camp where many of the trails are located. But, Greenough’s trails extend well beyond that, reaching the ocean at Grays Beach to the north, the Badlands (Exit Cool to the west and the extensive Willow Street trails to the south of the highway.

      The trails in the Scout camp are really fun, fast flowing singletracks, moderately hilly with a few technical climbs and descents. There are few rocks or exposed roots, save for the ‘black’ trail. The perimeter trails, (see map) are open all year to the general public for biking and hiking, but the trails in the center of the camp should be avoided when the Scouts are camping. Generally, that’s during the summer months.

      To the north of the railroad tracks there’s a route to the aforementioned Grays Beach. This is a fun ride which goes right through the parking lot for the Yarmouthport Village Store where you can stop for refreshments. When you get to the beach there’s a long scenic boardwalk that extends well into the marsh.

      There are two sections of trail on the map that are closed to bikes, Miller Pond and Camp Wingate. These trails are open to foot traffic and are included on this map so that you’ll know where you shouldn’t ride. In all there’s about 20 miles of fun riding at Greenough.

      Most people choose to park just south of Exit 7 beside the railroad tracks. Just pull off the road and park in the cleared area next to the tracks.This location gives you easy access to all three of the Willow Street complex’s network of trails.

      How to choose where to ride: Well, Greenough has lots of rolling hills and interesting singletracks, plenty of lake views, and even an ocean to enjoy. Higgins Crowell is mellow and flat. Lots of singletracks winding through the woods, but no hills and no technical features. It’s a great place to bring newer riders or a place to put on a lot of miles. Willow Street, behind the railroad tracks, is different. By far the hardest, there are plenty of hills and challenging singletracks. This should be your first choice if you want to work hard.

      Cape Cod NEMBA works hard to keep all of these trails open, fun and deadfall free. If you’re looking for people to ride with, post a note of the CC NEMBA Facebook page.
      Located in what we consider to be mid-Cape. The ‘Exit 7” trails will draw you back over
      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country
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      Region Details
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      Region Status
      Open as of Oct 26, 2021
      Local Trail Association

      Stats

      Trails (view details)
      25
      Trails Mountain Bike
      26
      Trails Hike
      26
      Trails Trail Running
      26
      Trails Snowshoe
      5
      Total Distance
      11 miles
      Total Descent Distance
      5 miles
      Total Descent
      735 ft
      Total Vertical
      87 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      110 ft
      Reports
      20
      Photos
      6
      Ridden Counter
      1,185

      Photos of Camp Greenough Mountain Bike

      22 |
      May 12, 2021 @ 7:08am
      May 12, 2021
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      trail: Highway Trail
      16 |
      Aug 15, 2020 @ 3:54pm
      Aug 15, 2020
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      trail: Intro
      16 |
      Jul 4, 2020 @ 11:34am
      Jul 4, 2020
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      34 |
      Jul 4, 2019 @ 4:10pm
      Jul 4, 2019
      trail: Highway Trail
      33 |
      Oct 8, 2018 @ 4:34am
      Oct 8, 2018
      trail: Highway Trail
      64 |
      Oct 8, 2018 @ 4:34am
      Oct 8, 2018

      Videos of Camp Greenough Mountain Bike

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      May 12, 2022 @ 7:17pm
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      Apr 17, 2022 @ 1:07pm
      Apr 17, 2022
      user #1963974dlafreniereupdatetrailAccess Rd and 11 more
      Apr 17, 2022 @ 12:40pm
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      user #2093190capecolinaddtrailOld Hyannis and 1 more
      Mar 31, 2022 @ 7:42am
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      user #1941591wnajaddreportBackdoor and 7 more
      Oct 26, 2021 @ 6:55am
      Oct 26, 2021

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      user #1912251stvillatrailWhite RockFun trail with small rock roll options
      Aug 12, 2020 @ 7:41am
      Aug 12, 2020
      user #2261539cdaley16trailRough Ridervery overgrown but fun to ride
      Jul 6, 2020 @ 6:26pm
      Jul 6, 2020

      Nearby Areas

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      Dennis Pond Conservation Area 2 20.6 km
      Higgins Crowell 65 201.2 km
      Willow Street 4 6 21.6 km
      The Badlands 16 20 51.9 km
      Old Jail Lane 29 13 14 km

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      Activity Type Stats

      activitytypetrailsdistancedescentdescent distancetotal verticalratingglobal rankstate rankphotosreportsroutesridelogs
      Mountain Bike2611 miles735 ft5 miles85 ft
      #8,170#3,430620724
      Hike2611 miles735 ft5 miles85 ft
      #7,192#3,2692014
      Trail Running2611 miles735 ft5 miles85 ft
      #7,181#3,257209
      Snowshoe52 miles69 ft3,428 ft56 ft
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