Welcome to Powder Mill Snowmobile Club

The Powder Mill Snowmobile Club is dedicated to the enhancement and enjoyment of the sport of snowmobiling. The club currently grooms and maintains approximately 90 miles of trails in Strafford, Carroll and Belknap counties. We cover areas of New Durham, Middleton, Union, Farmington and surrounding areas.

We strive to make our trail system enjoyable throughout the season and appreciate your support through the entire year to make our trails the best they can be. For updated information on events and members, follow us on Facebook and visit our Events page.

Our final meeting of the year. New officers, new budget and new plans for the trails next year. Look for official updates and news over the summer here and on our website. ... See MoreSee Less

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This is our final meeting of the year.
Changes to bylaws and voting for new officers as well as final trail reports and plans for next year!
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Final Club Meeting of the Season!

April 11, 2017, 7:00pm - April 11, 2017, 8:00pm

This is our final meeting of the year. Changes to bylaws and voting for new officers as well as final trail reports and plans for next year!

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April Fool's Day forecast!
Yes... there is snow predicted for the weekend!
Question: Are the trails open?
Yes our trails are still open but only if the gate is open.
The state has closed their gates on the rail bed. Some landowners may have closed gates on their property. If gates are closed please respect them and do NOT go around the gate. We want to maintain good relationships for next year. There will be NO grooming. If you head out expect spring like conditions with no base. That's if we get the foot or more snow as predicted.
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Your Help is Needed! We had a land owner visit the meeting last night, and sadly it was not for a good reason. It was brought to our attention that his property, Mt Jessie, has been being miss used. Riders have been going off the designated trail and past No Trespassing signs. They have been lighting fires, leaving trash, going through his storage containers, and even rode across his deck. A member of our director team contacted Fish and Game immediately. This property has several miles of Corridor 22 that crosses it and other trails that are maintained by both the Powder Mill Snowmobile Club and the Evergreen Valley Snowmobile Club. Needless to say, loosing use of this land would be detrimental to both clubs. If you have any knowledge of this activity, please contact us or Fish and Game directly. ... See MoreSee Less

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The winners of the 2017 fundraiser raffle will be notified by phone/email are: ... See MoreSee Less

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Numbers! Just as a reminder our club still needs your financial support! If you enjoyed riding this year you can donate to our grooming fund by sending a check. Visit our website for mailing address.

As for ridership: This season there were 46,732 snowmobiles registered in NH. Slightly down from the best years, but more than double from last year! Of those there are 30,722 resident and 16,010 non-resident registrations with 39,152 of those who joined clubs!

*Numbers released today by Major John Wimsatt of NH Fish & Game.
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REMINDER the March meeting is tomorrow night at 7:00pm. This meeting includes the raffle drawing, the Bruins tickets for 3/28 are included; so come to the meeting! We will also be opening up nominations for Directors to be voted on at the April meeting as well as end-of-the-season business.

I've also posted a Monday morning trail update based on Sunday's conditions.
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