One of the best kept off-road secrets in all of America
New Hampshire is a very unique state with lots of off-road trail systems developed for all types of riders. Reminiscent of West Virginia and the Hatfield McCoy trail system, New Hampshire’s off-road trails are interconnected. This provides riders with the ultimate are to explore along 1,000s of miles of trails in some of the most pristine forest America has to offer. In New Hampshire, life is better with Honda.
Nearby towns ensure that you have all of your supplies for the trail, and there are also plenty of parts retailers and dealerships should you need extra service. A machine that is perfect for this area is the Honda Talon 1000X, which will have no problem tackling the trails in comfort for years to come.
Make your way out to the New Hampshire trails to enjoy some incredible scenery, meet new friends, and maybe even enjoy one of the many events that take place in this area throughout the calendar year.
One of the neatest parts about New Hampshire is that all of the largest trail systems in the state are interconnected. Ride The Wilds is connected with Jericho Mountain State Park and the Perry Stream Trails, so you can ride on 1,000s of miles of interconnecting trails with surrounding parks. This complete trail system rivals that of the Hatfield McCoys in West Virginia, albeit just a bit further north. In the Ride The Wilds trail system, numerous camping and lodging facilities are nearby, and there are also towns that have all the supplies you could need to stay in the area. If you’re looking for a campground that can accommodate your truck, trailer, and toys, a great choice is Big Rock Campground, which allows you to ride in and out of the campground directly to this trail system. It is also connected to North Country ATV Club Trails should you want to ride something different, too (maximum allowed width is 62 inches on these trails). Needless to say, this area has it all!
A beautiful staging area and nearby town ensure that all off-roaders visiting Jericho Mountain are welcomed with a great atmosphere. The trails here are marked, rated, and maintained so that they are in top notch shape for all riders. Luckily, this park’s trails interconnect with systems like the Ride The Wilds Trail system nearby, so riders have access to a plethora of trails all from one state. Scenic vistas and an assortment of trails characterize this area, and these mass amount of riding area is one of the biggest reasons why riders keep coming back to Jericho. Plus, there are plenty of amenities in the area like camping areas, lodging, shopping, and sightseeing. Plan your riding trip around the annual ATV festival in August and you’ll have the opportunity to meet thousands of your closest riding friends in the family-friendly atmosphere. You won’t regret a trip to Jericho!
Run by the Sullivan County ATV Club, this Arrowhead Ski Area trail accommodates vehicles up to 65” wide (perfect for a side-by-side like the Honda Talon 1000X and its narrower overall width). This trail starts in the ski area lot and continues all the way to the peak of the mountain. There is a log cabin with a flag near it on your way – be sure not to miss it on your adventure! Next to the ride spot, there are several hotels and a campground to host your RV and toys. It’s a great spot to bring family and friends out for a weekend of off-road fun.