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Unread 02-09-2012, 01:14 PM   #1
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jeeping in and around the white mountains?

I have been camping my whole life up there, and stay at dolly copp camp ground. this will be the first year i will be bringing my jeep with me. there will also be my fathers and brothers jeeps. my question is, are there any roads worth checking out, and what is available for jeep travel. i have been around alittle with my truck, but like i said, first year with the jeep. thanks in advance.
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Unread 02-09-2012, 01:35 PM   #2
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Your best bet is class VI roads. These are minimum maintenance town roads some of which can be quite challenging for rigs that are not locked. Most of them are shown in Delorme's NH Gazetter.
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I've been around a lot of roads up there. But want to get out there more.... Is that a publication for roads?
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You might check:

http://www.exploringnh.com/
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Unread 03-19-2012, 10:35 PM   #5
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Hey i live about 10-15 mins from dolly cop and theres really no legal trails up here just logging roads if theyre not shut down :/
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thats what i figured. not many good roads in the national forest? ive never really explored much my vehicle. but was hoping to. ive spent alot of time in gorham. my father was a school teacher and we used to bring students on a field trip up there to do some hiking and orienteering. id like to just find some trails and logging roads to drive around on while up there.
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thats what i figured. not many good roads in the national forest? ive never really explored much my vehicle. but was hoping to. ive spent alot of time in gorham. my father was a school teacher and we used to bring students on a field trip up there to do some hiking and orienteering. id like to just find some trails and logging roads to drive around on while up there.
Sure thing i have an idea of where to find some havent been in a but but when r u commin up?
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