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Old 10-30-2004, 12:50 PM
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Trails in Southern ME/NH

I am sad today. I took the old 93 F-150 down the street to some local trails here in Berwick ME only to find that they have been closed off. What was an off-roading paradise is now full of heavy equipment and being turned into developments full of big new houses that, presumably, no one (I know) will be able to afford. :-(

Anyone know of any good places in Southern Maine and NH that I can go to without trespassing?

Seems like so many trails are getting "shut down" these days.
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have you tried Abbot Mountain in Shapleigh? Or the Sanford Pits?
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Old 10-31-2004, 09:28 PM
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No, not aware of either spot....how do I get there?
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the Sanford Pit is off New Dam Rd up RT 4 across RT 109 to New dam Rd take a right and the pits are about 1/2 mile on your right.

Abbott Mt. go through Sanford on 109 right on RT 11 right on Owls nest Rd to end then right on what looks like a dirt driveway just follow it back then take a right in the split then right up the rocks to the top of the mountain.

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Sounds great! thanks for the info, I'll try to check it out this weekend...
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