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Old 11-15-2010, 10:19 AM   #1
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Where is everybody from New England???

I am a Vermonter and new to this site. I love to offroad but have found very few good spots around my part of Vermont where Mr. Law will allow me to go. Looking for some spots in New England. Also any offroad jamborees or anthing like that around???? Don't need to be specifically for Tacoma's because I love showing those other truck how Tacoma's do it. Me out
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As a native Vermonter, Welcome....but if you look in the Topics section, under Regional discussions, you will find a "Northeast" Section....there are quite a few posts from all over the Northeast about off-roading and such....including VT!

Enjoy!

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/north-east/
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Old 11-15-2010, 10:27 AM   #3
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As a native Vermonter, Welcome....but if you look in the Topics section, under Off-Topic threads, you will find a "Northeast" Section....there are quite a few posts from all over the Northeast....including VT!

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Nice, thanks I'll check it out. Any preferances?
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Old 11-15-2010, 10:30 AM   #4
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I popped the link to the threads when I edited my post...it will take you directly there. There are even regional meet-ups and get togethers.
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Old 11-15-2010, 10:44 AM   #5
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Welcome to the forum from Vermont
I like the obscure fire roads in the Green Mountain National Forest.
Right now its kinda hard with hunting season in full swing.
We got lots more Vermonters joining we need to do a more Northern meet than say the southern mass/nh border.
Something up in the White Mountains of NH in the Spring would be awesome.
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s/w nh here. i have trails close bye but have yet to take the truck on them. maybe in the spring.
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Old 11-15-2010, 11:31 AM   #7
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Old 11-16-2010, 03:56 AM   #8
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Thank-you everyone for the warm welcome. I myself am from southern Vermont but am more than willing to travel in order to get my feet wet. We definatly need to get something going.
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Thank-you everyone for the warm welcome. I myself am from southern Vermont but am more than willing to travel in order to get my feet wet. We definatly need to get something going.
Whereabouts in southern Vermont? I live in Cambridge NY which is a stones throw from Arlington VT
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I'm on the southeast corner of Vermont right next to NH and MA. How are the trails over your way?
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There are a bunch of really nice old fire roads in the Green Mountain national forest that are nice to drive on with some cool views. There is also a pretty awesome old rock quarry on Dorset mountain that you can drive up to that is pretty neat, definitely have to have a decent truck to get up there.
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Welcome to the forum from Vermont
I like the obscure fire roads in the Green Mountain National Forest.
Right now its kinda hard with hunting season in full swing.
We got lots more Vermonters joining we need to do a more Northern meet than say the southern mass/nh border.
Something up in the White Mountains of NH in the Spring would be awesome.
Agreed that would be a lot of fun. I've lived in Vermont my entire life and have never been to the white mountains.
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Old 11-16-2010, 06:19 AM   #14
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There are a bunch of really nice old fire roads in the Green Mountain national forest that are nice to drive on with some cool views. There is also a pretty awesome old rock quarry on Dorset mountain that you can drive up to that is pretty neat, definitely have to have a decent truck to get up there.
I've been there it is awesome. I grew up in Rut-Vegas lol
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Agreed that would be a lot of fun. I've lived in Vermont my entire life and have never been to the white mountains.
Have you ever snowmobiled in Woodford?
I heard the trails are great just not on the weekends.
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Have you ever snowmobiled in Woodford?
I heard the trails are great just not on the weekends.
I have! I have spent many hours snowmobiling all throughout Vermont but the majority has been in the southern portion. I usually start from the Kellystand road parking lot outside of Arlington. And yes, the trails in Woodford are great but terrible on the weekends because they get so packed, (for snowmobiling that is).

I have backpacked a portion of the Long Trail, from the Mass border up to Bromley mountain, which is about 54 miles or so, and am always crossing spots where 4x4's have been through. Some of those trails look pretty intense though.
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Brand new to this site myself. Currently live on the seacoast of NH. I've been reading the threads and have seen some good info posted.

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Just moved to the seacoast area from Florida panhandle...My truck is a stock 2011 TRD off-road...Are there any trails around here?
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