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Anyone have any good suggestions for where to bring my jeep in New Hampshire? Preferably southern NH.

I go down a couple class IV roads but they get old and I'm looking for something new. Anything helps!

Thanks in advance if anyone can help out.
 

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Sorry can't help yo but I'd be interested in knowing too, saw a Jeep a lot like the one in your signature heading toward Portsmouth on 16 this afternoon...
 

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Sorry can't help yo but I'd be interested in knowing too, saw a Jeep a lot like the one in your signature heading toward Portsmouth on 16 this afternoon...
Was almost definitely me, I'm always on 16 heading towards Portsmouth.
 

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There's a good one in Milford, NH at the dead end of Osgood Road past the High School, I was on it a few weeks back in my new Wrangler and had it all to myself. Mostly wooded and then opens up into a boggy area where you ride over a rail road tie road over creeks, then a really nice steep uphill along the power lines, eventually dumps you out in Brookline, MA. Has a few off shoots I haven't checked yet but overall a great time and plenty challenging for me.

But I'm looking for more and can't find anything. Would love suggestions.
 

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There's a good one in Milford, NH at the dead end of Osgood Road past the High School, I was on it a few weeks back in my new Wrangler and had it all to myself. Mostly wooded and then opens up into a boggy area where you ride over a rail road tie road over creeks, then a really nice steep uphill along the power lines, eventually dumps you out in Brookline, MA. Has a few off shoots I haven't checked yet but overall a great time and plenty challenging for me.

But I'm looking for more and can't find anything. Would love suggestions.
any chance if you know if its legal to go back there or not? im dying for some killer photos w/ the wrangler
 

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There are no signs posted that it's not illegal and it came recommended from a friend who knows people who have been driving it for years, plus it's clearly a road not a hiking trail, I saw tracks from other vehicles, must be legal.
 

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There are no signs posted that it's not illegal and it came recommended from a friend who knows people who have been driving it for years, plus it's clearly a road not a hiking trail, I saw tracks from other vehicles, must be legal.
Lots of red flags there:jawdrop:
Been riding dual sport/ dirt bikes for eons and you really can't trust any of those. Not trying to bust on langan66 but nowadays any off road recreation is highly watched. You don't even want to get me started.:atomic:
From my time living on the Seacoast, 10 years, I'm thinking class 6 may be it.
 

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There's a bunch of range roads in Pembroke NH. That's legal to run on during certain months of the year. There's a good class 6 road in Chester NH.
 
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