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Bridgewater Mountain Snowmobile Club
The Bridgewater Mountain Snowmobile Club consists of 50 miles of trails in the Newfound Lake Region that travel through the Bridgewater Mountains in the towns of Bridgewater, Ash- land, Bristol, and Plymouth. Along the trails, drivers can stop at the Newfound Coun- try Store, Bridgewater Inn, The Homestead, The Italian Farmhouse, and Outdoor Per- formance. In addition, their trail system connects to other local clubs like Hardy Country, Corridor 24, and Squam Trail Busters. For more information on their trails and membership, please go to https://bridgewa-
Mount Cardigan Snowmobile Club
The Mount Cardigan Snowmobile Club maintains 130 miles of trails in Canaan, Dorchester, Enfield, Graf- ton, Lyme, and Orange. They
January 2024
   Open Snowmobile Registration Weekend Is March 1-3, 2024
It’s time for snowmobile en- thusiasts to start planning for New Hampshire’s Open Snow- mobile Registration weekend. From Friday, March 1 through Sunday, March 3, 2024, riders from throughout New England, as well as those from all around the U.S. and Canada, will have the opportunity to explore the over 7,000 miles of picturesque trails.
During the three-day Open Snowmobile Registration Week- end, sleds legally registered to ride in other states and provinces will be able to operate on New Hampshire’s trails. All NH laws and regulations regarding the operation of snowmobiles will be enforced, including speed limits, safety equipment, carry- ing signed landowner permission letters, compliant exhaust systems relative to noise and decibel lev- els, and youth operation stan- dards. “This weekend is one of the highlights of the winter for
many resident and non-resident riders,” said NH Fish and Game Law Enforcement Captain Mi- chael Eastman, who coordinates snowmobile and off-highway recreational vehicle enforcement, registration, and safety education for the Department. “It’s a great opportunity for residents and vis- itors alike to explore some of the most beautiful parts of the state that can be most easily accessed by snowmobile in the winter.”
Open Snowmobile Registra- tion Weekend is an annual event held each March, and NH res- ident snowmobile enthusiasts should look to other New England states and Canadian provinces for similar Open Snowmobile Registration weekends in Janu- ary and February of 2024. For information on snowmobiling, including rules and regulations in NH, visit newhampshire/ohrv. Learn more about NH’s extensive trail system at
are a volunteer-based club that works hard to maintain the trails. For more information, please go to https:// www.mtcardigansnow-
Baker River Valley Snowmobile Club
The Baker River Val-
ley Snowmobile Club
in Wentworth, New Hampshire, is on corri-
dor #8, and it borders
Lyme Pinacle, Hardy Country, SnoDrifters,
and Asquamcham-
auke snowmobile clubs.
Their clubhouse has trailside parking, a warm place to get ready, and a hot meal served by volunteers. They also have Grump’s Grill, which is located in their clubhouse and is open 8 AM to 4 PM on Sat- urdays and Sundays through- out the season. They also offer many club activities like safety lessons, Ladies Ride, Poker Run, and much more! For more information and how to join, please visit https://mybrvsc.
Alexandria Ledge Climbers The Alexandria Ledge
Climbers was founded in 1988 and is located in the com- munities of Alexandria, Hill, Danbury, and Bristol. They maintain over 60 miles of trails and are 100% volunteer-run. For more information or to join, please visit https://alexandri-

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