post #1 of Old 08-02-2013, 09:28 AM Thread Starter
mrbeal
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NH trails and their "rules"

I'm heading to NH soon and want to take the KK out on some trails... I know there are posted signs on some (NO ATV's/NO motorcycles for instance) but not sure how they pertain to a Jeep. To me that sign means Jeeps are excluded from the exclusion and I should be able to go there no problem... am I correct in that thinking? I've looked on line for information about the trails but no luck. I know there are some of you either in NH or that go there so I'm here to ask about what I should expect.

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post #2 of Old 08-02-2013, 01:04 PM
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Not exactly sure about NH specifics, but those signs out here generally mean no unlicensed off road vehicles. Your KK should be fine as its usually viewed as a "car".
Some places post those kind of signs to preserve the car width two track with some grass down the middle for dual use as a bridle path for the horses to walk on. The logic being the narrow ATV/dirt bikes will tear that up.

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post #3 of Old 08-02-2013, 09:05 PM
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Originally Posted by mrbeal
I'm heading to NH soon and want to take the KK out on some trails... I know there are posted signs on some (NO ATV's/NO motorcycles for instance) but not sure how they pertain to a Jeep. To me that sign means Jeeps are excluded from the exclusion and I should be able to go there no problem... am I correct in that thinking? I've looked on line for information about the trails but no luck. I know there are some of you either in NH or that go there so I'm here to ask about what I should expect.
For New Hampshire info you should look in wheeling neighborhood/northeast/New Hampshire on these forums. The guys and gals familiar with the area can better guide you.

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post #4 of Old 08-05-2013, 06:06 AM
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Just got home from wheeling in Hancock NH, A lot of the roads you're looking for will be labeled as "Class VI" These are public roads that are no longer maintained, many are closed during the winter. Check out ExploringNH.com Have a good trip. Here are a few pictures a member or my club took from the class VI roads

http://s1274.photobucket.com/user/mi...0Forest%202013

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