Trail update 1/17/2020 we have received 8- 10 inches of new snow most trails will have been groomed by Friday afternoon watch out for groomers during the day on friday route 117 and 5 south are marginal use caution due to water bars come support the club Saturday night at the steak feed Corridor 5A rails are showing as not enough snow.


 
 

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TrailSnowfallConditions
5 (South) from the
clubhouse to groveton Village 5 south from
Groveton
8 to 10 inches of new snow
Trail open to bag hill 5s still closed would not ride to groveton village in till we have more snow Corridor 5 from Village south is still CLOSED; Corridor 5A rails are showing as not enough snow to groom
West Side (5-Alt North) Corridor Trail 28 8 to 10 inches of new snowTrail open Marginalearly season snow coverage and some water bars Trail is passable but may have thin snow, open waterbars, bare spots or not yet groomed on 1/17/2020 use extreme caution as it’s very icy under the new snow. 
Primary Trail 117 to
Corridor Trail 19 and
Primary Trail 109
8 to 10 inches of new snowTrail open Marginal early season snow coverage and some water bars Trail is passable but may have thin snow, open waterbars, bare spots 117 is not groomed on 1/10/2020 due to light snow coverage  use extreme caution as it’s very icy under the new snow. 
Corridor 7 (North) to
Stratford Bog, Arm of
Sugarloaf, Albert’s
Trail and Andritz Lane

8 to 10 inches of new snow
Trail open Marginalearly season snow coverage and some water bars Trail is passable but may have thin snow, open waterbars, bare spots not yet groomed on 1/17/2020 still need more snow will not be groomed  use extreme caution as it’s very icy under the new snow. 
GTB Clubhouse to WestSide Alt 5 (North) 5
North and East Branch Loop (Picnic Loop)
 
8 to 10 inches of new snow
Trail open Good – Trail has decent riding, but may have bare spots, ice or rough sections here and there. Groomed on 1/16/2020  use extreme caution as it’s very icy under the new snow. 

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.
  • 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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Web Camera

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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.