Ammonoosuc Rail Trail For ATV Riding

The 5th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in New Hampshire.

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From Littleton to Woodsville, the Ammonoosuc Rail Trail is a 29 mile route on an old railroad grade along the Ammonoosuc River that is open to ATV riding. The route parallels US302/SR10.

The Littleton trailhead is on Industrial Park Drive under US93.

The Woodsville trailhead is on Highland Street at the US302 intersection.

The town of Lisbon is about the midpoint and makes a nice place to break (ATVs are allowed on the local roads to access the gas station).

It is also possible to follow the Blackmont Line, which branches off from the Ammonoosuc Rail Trail in Woodsville. It follows SR 10 3.9 miles south and ends in North Haverhill. The trailhead begins across from the Aldrich Store (food and gas) in N. Haverhill, ask for parking directions at the store.

Note: The State Of New Hampshire requires a NH state registration tag on every ATV. An out-of-state registration tag is not valid in NH. They will issue a fine if you try riding without a NH tag.

Overall, Ammonoosuc Rail Trail is the 5th most popular ATV riding trail of all 19 ATV trails in New Hampshire.


Local Contact(s):  NH Tourism (800) 258-3608; Mount Washington ATV Tours (866) 846-5437; NH OHV Association (888) 847-1964.

Recommended Book:  "ATV Trails: Offroad" from Mud Mountain

Best Season:  May - Oct.

Average Difficulty:  Easy

Reference Source:  click here

Article Source:   Best Ammonoosuc Rail Trail ATV Trails Review

GPS:  44.30375, -71.7954

Date Published:  1/6/2016

Date Updated:  8/19/2016

ID:  14676

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