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Old 02-03-2019, 08:51 AM   #1
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I moved into the area last year. I live in Gunstock Estates near Mountain and River Rd. Are there any feeder trails that I can hop on to get to the main trails from my place? I have a 16' enclosed trailer but hate to drive just a half mile to unload and load up after. I see a trail that crosses Rt 11 at Ellacoya ? I don't see any trails from up on the hill side going down to 11.
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Old 02-10-2019, 08:56 AM   #2
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I moved into the area last year. I live in Gunstock Estates near Mountain and River Rd. Are there any feeder trails that I can hop on to get to the main trails from my place? I have a 16' enclosed trailer but hate to drive just a half mile to unload and load up after. I see a trail that crosses Rt 11 at Ellacoya ? I don't see any trails from up on the hill side going down to 11.
I'm having the same issue in Meredith. Unless you are familiar with the lake feeder trails with parking for a trailer are a challenge.
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Old 02-10-2019, 08:09 PM   #3
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What’s the local club where you guys are? You should join and then you will find the answers. This forum here does not get much traffic. The riding in the lake area has not been great the past few years do to inconsistent snow. We trailered every weekend in January up to Milan and Errol and had good riding.
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It is weird...there is a "snowmobile trail crossing sign" on route 11 as you approach Ellacoya Beach but I could never figure out where the trail is.
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Old 02-11-2019, 12:01 PM   #5
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It is weird...there is a "snowmobile trail crossing sign" on route 11 as you approach Ellacoya Beach but I could never figure out where the trail is.
If coming down the hill heading toward Alton, around the curve at the bottom of the hill opposite the Ellacoya State Park entrance, the is a gate that looks like an aluminum pasture gate. Don't know if it is open or not. If it is not open, I'd guess it is a closed trail.

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