Metallak ATV Club is located in Northern New Hampshire. Our goal is to help connect the the trails of the Northern NH ATV clubs. Part of our trail system includes a trail head at Coleman State Park over Sugar Hill to the Balsams and over Dixville Peaks and Nathan Pond trail connecting to Greenough Pond Road and The Millsfield Club trail system. We opened the Rail Trail between Colebrook and Stewartstown in 2013 and The towns of Stewartstown , Colebrook , and Columbia have decided to open some roads and streets to accommodate ATVs to access area businesses and to connect trails.
The riding season is nearly 6 months and gives an experience like no other for recreational riders throughout Northern New Hamsphire. This opportunity is made possible by landowners, sponsors, membership and volunteers.
Trail Status: ALL TRAILS ARE OPEN including Dixville Peaks Trail and Balsams (Mud Pond Ridge)
NOTE: Trails will close for the season at dusk on October 8, 2018.
Did you know that The North Country will soon have new ATV trail signage? With over 1,000 miles of interconnected trails, New Hampshire’s Ride the Wilds™ trail system is a hidden gem in Coos County that attracts novice and experienced riders alike. Linking arms to create an alliance unlike any other, local clubs, companies and organizations are volunteering to alleviate improper ATV trail use issues along with finding a better way to manage high traffic areas.
With a generous grant from The Polaris® Foundation, 1,000 signs will be installed throughout the trail system (over 500 miles) to help ensure ATV riders and local communities stay safe. #ridingtowardchange
Learn more about our efforts at: