Volunteers are always need to help with trail maintenance and to make our various events sucessful throughout the year.
Trails are currently closed due to lack of snow. PLEASE STAY OFF OUR LANDOWNERS PROPERTY TO PREVENT DAMAGE THAT COULD RESULT IN OUR PRIVILEGE TO SNOWMOBILE ON THERE
There is logging activity on the west side of Kearsarge Valley Road on the property of the Country Club of New Hampshire. Please exercise caution.
The blockage of the NH Primary Snowmobile Trail 390 in Sutton has been resolved and the north/south trail is open for business. The recent snowfall is a little disappointing, however, and we urge those using our trails to be cautious as there may be rocks or stumps that are hidden from view that could cause damage to your equipment. The club will be grooming when we get 8” of packed snow on the trails.
There is a blockage of the trail at the intersection with Hominy Pot Rd. in North Sutton. The bridge which crosses Lyon Brook is being replaced. At this time the crossing is still open and we will try and announce on this site when we can no longer use the bridge. We will have a detour route so pay attention to trail signage.
Do not drive ATV's on the trails! Trails are not approved for any wheeled vehicles as this may costs for repair and property damage.
Trail maps are available at club meetings. Or you may download and print our latest PDF map here:
Trails on Private Property
We have access to our trails due to the generosity of Sutton land owners. Without them we would have much fewer trails. Our club works hard every year to ensure permission from land owners. We continually work with property owners on trail maintenance issues & concerns, maintaining trail signage, and on proposal & contrstruction of new trails.
Property owners may choose to close trails or sections of trails. It is important to remember that we are guests on their property. Respect land owners and say ‘thank you’ by staying on marked trails.
Here are some pics of the recent trail work done this fall on the trail stretching from Shaker St. to Kearsarge Valley Rd. With a lot of work by several people this trail is now in really great shape and ready for snow!!
Thanks to all those that helped out!