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09-28-2011 07:31 AM
fjannan Thank you so much for your help. Yea, wouldn't mind the drive if it's about an hour or so. I'm going to be there sat- tue and can only sit in-front the fire place and cuddle for so long :^\ lol..

Thanks again and have a great day

09-27-2011 09:41 PM
nu arty boy Land use here in VT is a touchy subject with the locals (especially in the ultra liberal town of Stowe) but there are a good number of 'Class IV' unmaintained roads that would test a stock JK. Below is a link that may help you find what you are looking for. Worst case scenario you can always ask someone if they know of any public trails. And while it isn't offroad, I highly suggest a drive through Smugger's Notch (VT 108) between Stowe and Jeffersonville. Perfect weekend to check out the color change.

Vermont - Dirtopia, the Off-Road Encyclopedia

AOT-Mapping: Ancient Roads

If you don't mind the drive from Stowe, there are plenty of Class IV roads in Washington and Addison Counties too.
09-27-2011 09:26 PM
Stowe, Vermont...

Hi guys ....

I'll be heading to Stowe, VT this weekend to a B&B and was wondering if there are any off road trails around there that I can explore..

Thank you for help


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