Most New Hampshire recreation trails open for riding
CONCORD (AP) — Most of New Hampshire's trails for off-highway recreational vehicles are opening for the season.
New Hampshire has more than 1,200 miles of trails throughout the state, with the largest network in the Great North Woods region. While trails in and around Pittsburg will remain closed until Friday, most of the other trails around the state will be open on Monday.
Bureau of Trails Chief Chris Gamache says volunteer clubs have been working hard to prepare for the riding season. He reminds users to stay on established trails, pay attention to posted signs and ride responsibly.