i'll add that it seems like westerners see the northeast as one big urban/suburban area. but northern new england is really not that heavily populated, yet. lots of this area is public and timber co. land. it may not quite compare to the west but has it all over the upper mid-west at least.I am just a country hick from Montana, So don't get me wrong. But with all the people in the northeast how is the sledding? How far do you guys drive? We drive approx 1 hour one way or 3 hours another. But Montana is so damn big that is nothing. Would love to go sledding after those Lake affect snows that you here about. What kind of country, steep mountains here, esp. at cooke city. Just interested.
that's why i'm considering a 2moto for my dirt bike.there's a lot of dense woods (trees to close to physically fit a sled between) so that limits most riding
actually, the first 2 pics are sugarloaf in NH. 3700', trail to the top. the other is just a view of camel's hump from barre. i'm in the groton area so usually see the same side of jay as you.that's why i'm considering a 2moto for my dirt bike.
BTW is that jay peak? if so, looks like the reverse of the way I see it, so i suppose ur on the west side of it?