Most NH snowmobile trails don’t open until mid-December
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — It may look like winter, but the New Hampshire Bureau of Trails is reminding snowmobile riders that most of the state’s network of trails doesn’t open until mid-December.
More than 80 percent of the state’s public snowmobile trail network exists on private land, and most of the trail agreements governing their use don’t take effect until next month. Early riding is available, however, on the state-owned recreational rail trails, as long as there is snow cover.
The bureau also reminds riders that all machines must be registered before they can operate on the public trail network.