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post #1246 of 4176 Old 08-31-2011, 11:30 AM
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post #1247 of 4176 Old 08-31-2011, 01:32 PM
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Went for a drive on the primitive and forgotten roads of western Maine.
Great pics! Are those roads on the map are a local secret? I'm moving to New Hampshire and want to explore some places just like that with my jeep which is why i'm asking.
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Great pics! Are those roads on the map are a local secret? I'm moving to New Hampshire and want to explore some places just like that with my jeep which is why i'm asking.
On the map. With a few off shoots not on the map, logging roads I think. But those shots are named roads. In NH I think ATV/snowmobile trails are marked as roads. Several times I have been treated to some gnarly single track trails by simply following the GPS.

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On the map. With a few off shoots not on the map, logging roads I think. But those shots are named roads. In NH I think ATV/snowmobile trails are marked as roads. Several times I have been treated to some gnarly single track trails by simply following the GPS.
Excellent! Any way to tell what are paved roads and what are for the more adventurous?
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Excellent! Any way to tell what are paved roads and what are for the more adventurous?
No idea. Usually based on where you are exploring you can make an educated guess on how maintained a road might be but with the topo and GPS maps I've used there is no indication on the condition of the road, just that it is there. Ya just have to go look

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No idea. Usually based on where you are exploring you can make an educated guess on how maintained a road might be but with the topo and GPS maps I've used there is no indication on the condition of the road, just that it is there. Ya just have to go look
I can't wait to start exploring! I'm just glad there are places like that to discover
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Went for a drive on the primitive and forgotten roads of western Maine.

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