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have you been to bridgewater nh? I was wondering the level of difficulty of these roads
Yes, most anything in Bridgewater/Bristol/Hebron will be pretty stock friendly. May need to be cautious in a stock vehicle but they're easily manageable. Was that you asking about it on ENH earlier?
 

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Pembroke has some pretty nice class 6 trails as well, some of which have some holes that will swallow anything that goes in
The only legal mud hole out there is the one on 5th right by the entrance. I went through it in my old jeep on 31s. It came halfway up the doors and I ended up flooding my transmission but I made it in and out on my own power (barely). Aside from that you've got the mud hole next to the dirtbike track but that's got a fairly hard bottom. Anywhere off the Class 6s is illegal without landowner permission (including powerlines) and much of it is conservation land.

Aside from that mud bog on 5th, the rest of the class 6s out there can be done in a stock vehicle...
 

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I lived in pembroke my whole life and have never had any issues out there regardless of where you wheel as long as your respectfull of peoples property and dont dump trash. Theres mud holes everywhere along the trails minus the conservation areas and the power lines even though you are not supposed to be on them you can run them without any issues, i sunk my jeep in the hole at the end of the power lines and north pembroke road last week right around dusk and a cop drove by, turned around and walked down to the jeep and offered to point his spot lights down so we would have more lights while we tried to get the jeep out. Everyone out here is wheeling friendly and loves to see muddy beat up woods trucks
 

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I just realized who you are. Lol I heard about that from your brother. But a lot of people who live by the trail heads are tired of the crap.
 

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Just go up to Pittsburg and get on McCalloway Rd. 25 miles of pure wilderness bliss.
It goes around the back side of Lake St. Francis and the 1st Conn lake, then comes back out onto Rt 3 about 10 miles south of the Canadian Border.
And there are Soooo many wrong turns you can make. I once ended up in Maine and a couple dudes driving around in a PU drinking beer told me how to get back.
If you get on McCalloway in the town of Pittsburg, just keep to the left at any of the major intersections. There are also mile markers.
And if 25 miles isn't enough, when you pop back out onto rt 3 just cross the road and head down to the bogs. Good stuff!
 
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