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Powder Mill Snowmobile Clubs operates two groomers that cover over 90 miles of trails. Our trails are known to offer some of the best riding in Southern New Hampshire. 

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On the heals of yesterday’s Winter Carnival success, I have some not so great news to share. Should the storms predicted bring enough snow to ride next weekend, the Sunrise Lake access will be CLOSED. This was NOT a decision by the landowner, but by the Sunrise Lake Village District Commission who has an easement on the property for the dam. Some one decided it was a good idea to ride over the concrete structure of the dam, and evidently this has been going on for a while, and those there to protect the dam have seen enough. This is not the only issue along the Sunrise Lake trail that we have had brought to our attention this year, we have had several reports of people turning around in landowner’s yards and of people hanging out in yards and not moving along when asked to. At this point in the season, the club is not going to push that matter. We will do some research and work with those involved to find a solution on the off season. This is most definitely a situation where the few ruined it for the many. If you have any information in regards to who rode over the dam, please contact the club via email at powdermillsnowmobileclub@gmail.com.



Everything we can groom will have been groomed within the last 24 hrs. When the groomers get back tonight, they will not likely be heading out again till Sunday night. With the temperatures dropping as low as they are, the grooming process doesn’t really work, therefore it’s not worth the risk of having the people and the machines out in windchills as low as -40. Stay warm, and most importantly stay safe over the next 2 days.



Southern Groomer is back in action and playing catch up. Groomed fromSpaulding High School to River Road tonight. Rail bed is in good shape. Tried grooming to Chestnut Hill Road and the 3rd pic is what I ran into about 1/4 mile from Rt. 11. People have been riding it but use caution if you do. I turned around at that point. 2nd pic is a water bar on Rt.11 just past the metal farm before the trail turns left to go up towards River Road. Plenty of snow cover but use caution when riding because there were other water bars past that going toward River Road. I did the best I could to fill them in but it needs another pass. Hopefully, with the cold temps coming up they will freeze and we can fill them all in!







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