Finding Trails

Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by WALoeIII, Jul 24, 2005.

  1. WALoeIII

    WALoeIII

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    I'm in a new (to me) area, and don't know any local trails. What are some good resources besides other locals that can lead me to new trails to explore? I'm in Providence, RI. I know there is a ton of stuff around here and central/western Mass, but I don't know where to look!
     
  2. e9999

    e9999 You want to do what...? Moderator

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    get a book?
     
  3. brian

    brian SILVER Star

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    topo maps will get you started
     
  4. cruzer

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    Well first off BE CAREFUL were you go. There are lot of places folks wheel but they may not be leagel. Their are couple trails in western mass. One trail i know of in RI. and One leagel Trail in CT.
    If you are interested in New England wheeling check out www.nea4wd.org and www.Neow.org and www.yankeetoys.org (join our mailing list to get info on our upcoming Fall Gathering)

    Stew
     
  5. Texus

    Texus

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    no maps...

    I hace not yet found any trail maps/books for that area... and I have looked for a while... no public/legal trails in NH anymore... f*** their "live free or die" logo now!!! (iI can say that, all my fam lives there)
     
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