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Old 03-02-2006, 10:46 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Re: 4x4 trails in NH or Mass?

Usually, it's a "Hi, I'm new here, can you sleep in the back....?"

That was informative and QUITE direct....

Out of curiousity, is that land by chance yours or do you have a lot of experience with it?
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Old 03-02-2006, 11:30 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Re: 4x4 trails in NH or Mass?

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Usually, it's a "Hi, I'm new here, can you sleep in the back....?"

That was informative and QUITE direct....

Out of curiousity, is that land by chance yours or do you have a lot of experience with it?
No I don't own the property. Everyone in that area knows "vietnam" is off limits. There are alot of NO TRESPASSING/POSTED signs right at the "entrance" to the trails.
Sorry I was so "direct", but it kinda upset me when I saw someone telling someone else about a illegal spot.
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Old 03-02-2006, 11:36 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Re: 4x4 trails in NH or Mass?

Fair enough, like I said, it was simply a non-standard first post.

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Old 03-05-2006, 05:16 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Re: 4x4 trails in NH or Mass?

I'm familliar with Vietnam.. It is a great trail for mountain biking. In the good old days, it was a great spot for four wheeling, now no motorized vehicles are alowed. Other great spots in mass (that are now mostly gone) is "the pipeline", an area near the former fort devens in Hudson, and an area called the "stow pit" that is now some sort of airport... I remeber when you could 4 wheel in the sand dunes of the national seashore on Cape Cod..
There are spots that are still open. the most technical are in western mass, there's some great spots in and near Monson, Ma. And in and around Holyoke Mass. Get hooked up with a 4X4 club in your area. A guy I knew in Somerville was big into off roading and was very active in his club, and was involved in very technical off roading, his club traveled everywhere in New England.
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No I don't own the property. Everyone in that area knows "vietnam" is off limits. There are alot of NO TRESPASSING/POSTED signs right at the "entrance" to the trails.
Sorry I was so "direct", but it kinda upset me when I saw someone telling someone else about a illegal spot.
I wasn't advocating that anyone should go in there and do something illegal. I was just stating what I saw with my own two eyes.
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Re: 4x4 trails in NH or Mass?

I've been off road in the sand in Duxbury MA - fun but not really wheelin' per se. I posted elsewhere about a place in Templeton MA, but it's been easily 10 years since I've been there so I'm not sure it still exists. And I grew up in Holyoke - there is no place to go off-roading in the city (legally). Maybe further west or north where there are lots of summer camps and considerably less population.
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Come in Quebec, all our road system is considered "Trail"...
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Re: 4x4 trails in NH or Mass?

Bostionian - My friend Mark, is head of one of the 4x4 clubs in NE, I'll ask him to post some info up for you. Or I'll grab it from him and post it for the the NE Forum.
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Re: 4x4 trails in NH or Mass?

For anyone interested the North East 4Runner Owners Club is
having a trail run to Paine Hill, CT.

If you plan on taking the FJ offroading you should seriously consider going on
a club sanctioned trail run.


for more info see www.ne4roc.org/l
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Old 05-27-2006, 08:55 AM   #20 (permalink)
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Re: 4x4 trails in NH or Mass?

Try Pittsburg NH, I understand you can go right into canada...
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