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New Hampshire Snowmobiling

There are over 6,830 miles of snowmobile trails in the state of New Hampshire. The New Hampshire Snowmobile Association (NHSA) maintains the state’s trail system and, with local clubs, grooms the trails. For regulations and requirements to snowmobile in New Hampshire please review the NHSA Website.

New Hampshire has a wide variety of terrain for snowmobiling. The southern part of the state has rolling countryside. Moving north to the Lakes Region enjoy wide vistas across the ice. Farther north are the majestic White Mountains with a long and plentiful snow season. The trails open around mid-December. There are also numerous snowmobile rental business, most which are located in the White Mountains region.

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Check out some great Snowmobiling videos at Explore New England.
Snowmobiles - Lopstick Lodge - Pittsburg, NH
Lopstick Lodge

45 Stewart Young Road Pittsburg, NH, 03592 Phone: 603-538-6659 Toll-Free: 800-538-6659

Snowmobilers have found paradise at this outdoor lodge in Pittsburg

It’s no wonder that Pittsburg, N.H., is known as the snowmobiling capital of New England with its more than 200 miles of groomed trails that shoot, wander and meander through woods, around lakes and by ponds. And here’s even better news: Stay at Lopstick, and you can park your snowmobile right outside your cabin door. All 55 of the resort’s cabins are on or near the trail. Imagine returning home to a cozy cabin, perhaps even with a fireplace and hot tub! Pittsburg loves snowmobilers, so you can ride to restaurants, stores and cafes. And the local trails (rideable through early April) link with those in Quebec, Vermont, Maine and southern New Hampshire, so your adventure possibilities are almost endless. Launch Video
Nash Stream

Off Route 110 to Emerson Road to nash Stream Road Odell, NH Phone: 603-788-4157

More than just one stream, this is actually 40,000 acres of undeveloped land. It's available for public use for hiking, fishing, paddling, hunting, snowmobiling, ATV riding, and cross-country skiing. Camping is not permitted. Information: www.nhdfl.org.