Riding <h1>The Wilds</h1>  <h1>Northeast's</h1> largest ATV trail system <h1>1000+ Miles</h1> of interconnected trails an experience you have only <h1>imagined</h1>
About Ride the Wilds Trails

Come to New Hampshire and Ride the Wilds!

Ride the Wilds, is located in Coos County of NH.  The Northeast's largest interconnected ATV trail system, delivers 1,000+ miles of trails across the upper region of the state, and a riding experience that is world class.

Riding along miles of trails through the rugged forested landscape, pastural mountainous fields and secluded waterways  is an experience you can only have in Northern NH. The raw beauty of the area is unparrelled , brimming with wildlife sightings and outdoor advnetures. The views are incomparable and the trails deliver days of riding fun .  Before you take off,  check out our  FAQ  page  for Commonly Asked Questions  that will help prepare you for an experience of a lifetime.

Opening in June 2013, Ride the Wilds  brought together three seasons of ATV riding and access to more than 1,000 miles of interconnected trails. Head out for a day or more, with opportunities to stop, eat & stay along the way. The trails are on a combination of private, state & corporately owned land , a wonderful relationship of shared stewardship that encourages  respect and responsible riding.

The varied terrain is adaptable for all abilities. Whether you are a novice or experienced rider, you we can guide you on suggested itineries that will bring you past  wide sweeps of undeveloped land, mountains, bogs, pastures and panoramas of northern New Hampshire. This is why we call it The Wilds.

No Need to trailor your machine from one location to another. Choose your starting and stopping points from more than a dozen options, from Berlin, Gorham, Milan and Errol on the eastern side of the county, through Millsfield and Dixville in the middle, to the Connecticut River towns of Pittsburg, Stewartstown, Colebrook, Stratford, Groveton and Lancaster to the north and west. The Ride the Wilds trails are a  system of corridors from A-D connecting all the individual club riding areas in Coos County.  

Many towns within the Ride the Wilds trail system allow ATVs on town roads to access services like food, gas and lodging, or to connect with other sections of trail. Call for more information 866-663-9777  or purchase your maps at our Wilds Store

 Please visit our FAQ page for ATV registration information.  


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