Worcester County South Ramble

Miles 180
Ride Time 6:30 w/o stops
Endpoints MA 109 in Westwood, Chace Hill Rd in Sterling
Surface Paved
Submitted By Ed Conde

Info on NER GPX Files Content

NER Notes

Riding scenic rural and residential roads through many small towns across Worcester County. Passes several small ponds and reservoirs. Great lunch stop options, depending on your timing and a great ice cream ending at Rota Spring Farm.

Suggested lunch stops:

NER Rating

  • Worcester County South Ramble
    • Curves/Fun Factor

    • Scenery

    • Attractions

    • Traffic

Rated by Riders

One review per rider. Learn more about Rider Reviews and Ratings

You must Log In to leave a review. Read about NER User Accounts before attempting to register.

Average Rider Rating
Worcester County South Ramble 4.00/5 (2 Reviews )

  • Worcester County South Ramble

    Sep 19, 2021

    • Rider Rating

    Just rode this today, cutting off the beginning  metro-west section and starting in Hopkinton. Started around 9:00 AM and made Stone Cow Brewery in Barre for a great lunch stop about 1:00 PM. Ice create at Rota Spring is always a great way to end a ride (about an hour's ride after leaving Stone Cow).

    This route covers a lot of areas that I know pretty well, though there were a few connecting roads that I hadn't ridden before. Clara Barton Road in Oxford was a new one for me and was pretty riding but horrible pavement. Recent rain last night had also washed a lot of debris out in the roads. There were several other scenic would-be-nice roads in really bumpy pothole condition along this route, but generally this is a very nice route and road conditions averaged out to "typical" for New England.

    How were the road conditions at the time you RECENTLY rode?


  • Worcester County South Ramble

    Sep 21, 2020

    • Rider Rating

    Great ride with many roads that were new to me. Many turns and slower roads so it rode a little slower we anticipated and we had to skip a few sections near the of the ride.


    How were the road conditions at the time you RECENTLY rode?