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Old 09-28-2010, 10:50 AM
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Mud trails near Keene, NH

Does anyone know of any good mud trails around Keene? I am willing to travel to like troy, richmond, etc. But nothing rigorous because my truck isn't built for much. It's stock f350 with 35" yokohama geolander MT's. I just want some mud to play around in.
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Old 09-29-2010, 07:16 PM
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I think there are a few in Washington.

I know my cousin used to take his mud rig somewhere in Washington. It might be shut down though. It's been a few years since I have see him. Last I heard he went out there once or twice a year for a weekend at a time.

If you are willing to travel a bit further UncleJunk knows of some class 6 roads about 45 minutes north of Concord.

Might want to start a post in the VT section. After all you can just about spit on VT from Keene.
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well not to much mud here now that i c this post iam alittle late i know where there is some spots we can hit in spring up here but nada down buy you i think there are mud bogs in claremont
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