Trans NH with ExploringNH? I am part of that forum. Never did the TNHX though. Great time from what I have heard. I have a Rubicon, joined here because of my wofe's awesome little Crosstrek.I did an an overland competition in NH back in 2015 in my jeep. NH Class VI roads are awesome. Some mild and some are hard enough to snap a jeep's axle shaft. Here's a vid to you an idea.
Yes, and some are manageable with a Crosstrek/Outback. Look for exploringnh.com, search around, some Subie owners there.Hi Everyone. I think the closest place to Boston likely to have trails is NH. Does anyone know of any trails you can legally drive off road in Southern NH?
There are also Class VI roads, some are not too bad for Crossterk/Outback types.Don't know Southern NH that well but the only chance you will get is maintained state forest roads, mass Audobun roads, or The Trustees of Reservations roads.
Oh, okay. Same idea, more stress lol. And yes it is, coming up in June.It was called the New Hampshire Overland Challenge. Ryan from ExploringNH was the organizer. I think he only had it the one year. TNHX is a different event that's still taking place I believe.
I am right on the border with Vermont and do most of my wheeling there, and you are correct. They work so much better there with snowmobile clubs anD ATV clubs workig to keep access year round, where in NH there is really only the big push for snowmobiles, not nearly the ATV push for shared use. Too bad.Yeah, heard he went with Mountain State Overland. A WV group with pretty good videos on YouTube. They posted their Vermont travels back in the Fall. Vermont, BTW, with their Class IV roads is an excellent place to explore. Take you years to hit all the roads worth doing.