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post #1 of 2 Old May 23rd, 2019, 08:11 PM Thread Starter
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Info on Jericho/Ride the Wilds Please!

Can some of you guys who've ridden northern NH give me an idea of what the trails are like up there, and how many miles of trail there are? I saw on riderplanet that there are 1000+ miles. Is that true? Trails have to be open to 64", and we are looking for technical riding that requires 4x4 at times, not gravel roads. We also like to leave from our hotel/campsite/cabin and go on a day-long adventure. Kinda like what you can do in Hatfield or Maine. Is this doable in NH? Looking to go in mid-late June. Thanks for any and all input!
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We went in September. The majority is gravel beds, dirt roads, etc that connect you to each clubs trails. Those trails are mild to moderate in intensity. We didn’t find anything that was overly difficult. We left from our cabin since it was right on the approved atv trails everyday. You can easily be out all day from your cabin. Lots of scenery and overlooks. It’s a very nice area to ride. But if your the slow technical type then we didn’t find anything like that.
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