Great North Woods Region

Riding is getting better – still some early season conditions.  Stay OFF plowed roads unless posted open!

Pittsburg Ridge Runners, Pittsburg: Open, 9” new snow, groomed, good to great conditions.  Trail Closure: 138 between T5 & T140 to T144/South Bay due to logging.

Colebrook Ski-Bees, Colebrook/Stewartstown: Trails are 95% open, 4-14” new snow.  The club has all new groomer operators this year so please have patience while they are getting used to their routes and making sure all trails are ready.  Higher elevation trails have been groomed and have moderate to good conditions.  Lower elevation trails have marginal conditions.

Swift Diamond Riders, Stewartstown (Coleman State Park/Diamond Pond):  Trails are open, 8-12” new snow, groomed with moderate to good conditions.

Umbagog Snowmobile Association, Errol/Cambridge/Millsfield: Trails are open, 8-12” new snow, groomed with higher elevation trails in good condition and in-town trails marginal.

Stratford Nighthawks, Stratford/Columbia: Trails are open, 4-8” base, 4-14” new snow, groomed and have moderate to good conditions.  CAUTION – still need more snow so be aware of exposed rocks in lower snow depth areas.  Note that Cree Notch Trail is CLOSED for a few days due to a groomer break down in middle of trail between North and South Jordan Hills.  Snowmobiles cannot get past the groomer and closure is signed.

Groveton Trailblazers, Northumberland/Groveton/Stark: Trails are open, 4-14” new snow, groomed, marginal in-town conditions to good conditions in higher elevations.  Corridor 5A (rail bed) heading south from Groveton is CLOSED due to lack of snow.  Use Caution in the Corridor 5 Cranberry Bog area due to open water bars.  Nash Stream Road will NOT be closed this season as originally planned.

Milan All Weather Riders, Milan:  Trails are open, 8-10” new snow, groomed with moderate conditions.

Lancaster Snowdrifters, Lancaster:  Trails are open, 8” new snow, some grooming done in town, club is packing remaining trails.  Corridor 5A north is CLOSED (lack of snow).

White Mountain Ridge Runners, Berlin/Success: Trails are open, 8-12” new snow, groomed with moderate to good conditions.

Jericho Mountain State Park:   Trails are open and groomed.

Dalton Ridge Runners: Trails are open, 4-6” new snow, groomed with marginal to moderate conditions.

www.nhstateparks.org/Activities/snowmobiling/trail-information.aspx

TrailSnowfallConditions
5 (South) from the
clubhouse to groveton Village 5 south from
Groveton
4 to 12 base 4-14” new snow 5 south to Groveton is now open and groomed. fair to good. watch for deep water in Groveton next to legion. suggest going around till frozen 🥶 watch for open water bars and rocks use caution please drive safe groomed on 01/21/2021
West Side (5-Alt North) Corridor Trail 28 

4 to 12 base 4-14” new snow

Trail open fair to good at elevation watch for open water bars and rocks use caution please drive safe groomed on 01/23/2021
Primary Trail 117 to
Corridor Trail 19 and
Primary Trail 109



4 to 12 base 4-14” new snow

Trail Open watch for open water bars and rocks use caution please drive safe use caution 117 is now open and 109 Groomed. Thin and fair groomed on 01/23/2021
Corridor 7 (North) to
Stratford Bog, Arm of
Sugarloaf, Albert’s
Trail and Andritz Lane




4 to 12 base 4-14” new snow


Trail Open fair to good at elevation watch for open water bars and rocks please drive safe use caution Albert’s Trail – Poor. Not groomed groomed on 01/21/2021
GTB Clubhouse to WestSide Alt 5 (North) 5
North and East Branch Loop (Picnic Loop)



4 to 12 base 4-14” new snow

Trail Open open fair to good at elevation watch for water bars on east branch loop please drive safe use caution groomed on 01/23/2021

This report’s rating system:

  • Great – Trail has a really good base, groomed flat with solid snow that should hold up to traffic.
  • Very Good  – Trail is flat with a good base, but there may be bare spots or ice here and there.
  • Good – Trail has decent riding, but may have bare spots, ice or rough sections here and there.
  • Fair – Trail is passable but may have partially filled waterbars, bare spots, ice or rough sections.
  • Moderate – Trail has decent riding, but may have bare spots, ice, or rough sections.
  • Marginal – Trail is passable but may have thin snow, open waterbars, bare spots or trees down.
  • Ungroomed – Could be any condition from Great to Marginal. The trail is not groomed but is open to traffic.
  • Spring Conditions – Could be any condition from Great to Marginal, but due to temps above freezing, the trail may not be able to be groomed and snow will be mushy.
  • Closed – You should not be on that trail at all.

Trail Map

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Groveton Trailblazer Snowmobile Map Enjoy our trails & join our club Thank you for Supporting Our advertisers and our club

You can get free groveton trailblazers at the Groveton Trail Blazers Clubhouse maps at the following places at batch’s at Coos Pit Stop at Hollow Village General Store at North Country Shop and Save Moms at Down Home Motel Perras Ace Hardware at Percy Lodge and Campground at BlueBerry Hill Inn Cafe and Campground at Burns Truck Stop You can get the club Newsletter at Moms and at shop and North Country Shop and Save and you can also get it on our website as well

Click this link for a copy of our trail map or pick up a free copy at any of our sponsors or at the clubhouse. Don’t forget to patronize our sponsors!

Web Camera

See the current snow levels from our live web camera by clicking this link.

911 Emergency Information

911 Trail Mapping Has Come To Northern Coos County

The State of NH 911 crew has mapped the snowmobile trails north of Rte 110. (The Groveton, Errol, Colebrook, Swift Diamond and Pittsburg Clubs so far, more clubs to come on line early in this 07/08 season) Within the coming weeks you should take note at all trail junctions the address number and trail name will be on a 911 sign.  On our 08/09 season trail maps we will include these 911 references. 

If you are in need of Emergency Assistance on the trail, try to get the nearest  “911 junction number and name” to expedite the emergency response teams arrival time.