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TRAIL REPORTS

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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Most of Corridor 22, 352 in New Durham, Tree Farm Trail, Den Trail and Caverly Mt. are groomed. Marginal conditions. Fish and Game at Moose Mt and Camp Pride Trail are closed due to the rough base needing more snow. All other areas are ungroomed and open, not perfect. LOGGING ON CORRIDOR 22 BY THE CABIN IS ALMOST DONE WITH VERY LITTLE IMPACT TO THE TRAIL. JUST USE CAUTION.

Riding is marginal

Open trails

Corr. 22 Johnson to Kings Highway, Tree FarmTrail and Primary Trail 352 Quaker Road to Johnsons. 30 miles

The Den area is open; however, the lake is not frozen and the Merrymeeting Road is not open to snowmobiles. Do not ride from the Town Beach to the Den Trail. You will be ticketed.


Closed Trails

Moose Mt., Corr. 22 from Johnson’s to Rt. 28 and all Farmington and Rochester trials need to be checked.

The pressing question, are we open? Short answer is, yes and no.

There is enough coverage north of Brackett Rd and Old Bay Rd for Mike to do some grooming on Corr 22 and Tree Farm Trail. Anything south of those two roads are to thin and/or have open water and mud.

So, everything south of the aforementioned roads are CLOSED. What is open, will not take much abuse, so ride easy and enjoy the views.

There is limited parking at the town beach parking lot and the end of Brienne Rd.


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