We do most of our riding around the lake Winnie area...there is enough around the lake and surrounding hills to keep anyone busy for days...not so much back country, but if you look hard enough you can find some.
We keep talking about trailering up past Lincoln NH...I drove around the Waterville area this summer looking for riding areas, and found alot of trailheads and trail crossings...
I'm guessing if you get way up to Dixville then it probably opens up the riding areas and there should be plenty of snow...
we ride in the sandwhich notch area, there is alot of clear cuts on the back side of the squam range, deep snow, flat mt pond is a good ride, not for the begginer, the woods are open so you can blaze your way through, I have been building big mt sleds for the last few years, there is plenty of places to ride, mine is a 162 track, i can ride allday without touching a trail,
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