The future of this trail system is in your hands. Pay attention to signs, stay on the designated trails and ride responsibly. Your registration dollars go toward trail maintenance year-round and, without registering, you’re not doing your share. And it doesn’t stop there — trails exist and are maintained by volunteer clubs. Get active and join one; without them, there are no trails to ride.
The trails in New Hampshire are a fabulous way to explore our state’s grand scenery, support local communities, reconnect with nature and enjoy time with family and friends. Your actions determine the future of the access we enjoy today. Help ensure that what you experience today is available for future generations. Get out and enjoy what New Hampshire has to offer.
For more information on clubs, riding areas, events and to find other trail-related information, please contact the N.H. Bureau of Trails at NHTrails.org or call 603-271-3254.
Chief Supervisor, Bureau of Trails
N.H. Department of Resources
and Economic Development
Signs & Trail Markers
Signs and trail markers are established for public safety. A great deal of time and money is spent to erect these signs. It is illegal to remove, destroy, deface or obstruct signs and markers on trails or on private property. Violation of this law is a misdemeanor.
Regulations in red are new this year.
Purple text indicates an important note.