Trail Work Weekend

Hello Everyone!

The Sno-Moles have a couple of work parties scheduled for this weekend…

Sunday Morning 11/19 at 8AM: We will be meeting at the Hometown Diner in Rindge and heading off to the Western portions of our system. Chris and/or Steve will be leading, so look for them at the Diner. Plenty of parking in the back. Arrive early for breakfast! It’s delicious! 
Sunday Morning 11/19 at 9AM: Jim Fafard will be leading this crew out of the New Ipswich dump entrance to tackle those issues on the Eastern side of our system.

ATV/UTV’s are welcome and encouraged as it can be hard to hike to some of the spots we are working at. If you don’t have one, don’t let that hold you back. We can set you up with a ride! Any brush/tree cutting impliments you have will help, i'm sure.

We hope to see you there!

– Sno-Moles


Update 3/14/17

UPDATE: 3/14/2017 (Tuesday)

OUR TRAILS ARE CLOSED!!! We have reached out to the Bureau of Trails and have not received permission to re-open them. 


March Meeting Postponed

Please be advised: In light of the pending storm forecast for tomorrow, Tuesday 3/14, the monthly meeting has been postponed until further notice. When and if a date is determined to resume, we will publish that info here as well as on out Facebook page.

Currently our trails are closed. This means the gates are as well and the chances of any grooming being done with closed gates are slim and none- so keep that in mind. ALSO, we've had 2 or 3 cold days leading up to this storm, enough to put a thin layer of ice on the lakes and ponds. They are NOT safe and 18" of snow on it will look pretty inviting.... STAY OFF THE ICE ...please.

Everyone be safe!



Update 2/11/17

UPDATE: 2/11/2017 (Saturday):

Groomers went out last night, did the entire rail bed from Keene to Jaffrey. They also did Annette State Park out to Woodbound.


2016-17 Trail Openings

The opening of the trails.....


Currently, our trails are closed. With more snow forecast for tomorrow (12/17/16) we will have to see what results from it. The State says the gates will remain closed until there is a minimum 8 inches of maintainable snow base. Once that is confirmed, the Bureau of Trails will

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