New Hampshire’s new OHRV trail system signs are being stolen just weeks after grand opening
COLEBROOK, N.H. (AP) - Just two weeks after the grand opening of a new interconnected trail system for all-terrain vehicles in northern New Hampshire, someone has been stealing signs posted along the route. But officials have come up with a solution they hope will deter future thefts.
Harry Brown, president of the North Country OHRV Coalition, says his group will be selling signs with the “Ride the Wilds” logo for $15, plus $3.56 shipping. Brown says the goal is to stop people from swiping the signs as souvenirs, and to raise money for the all-volunteer coalition that maintains the trails.
The new system connects more than 1,000 miles of trails throughout northern New Hampshire.