The 10th most popular snowmobile trail in New Hampshire.
Friday 20 January 2017 04:38 GMT
Northeast of Littleton near Groveton, there is an extensive network of groomed snowmobile trails. These trails are maintained by the Groveton Trail Blazers.
The majority of the Groveton Trail Blazers trail system is located northeast of Groveton center, bounded by Route 3 on the West and Route 110 on the South. A corridor trail (Trail 5) to Lancaster runs to the South from Groveton, and two corridor trails (Trails 5 and 7) run North to Stratford and Colebrook. A corridor trail (Trail 28) runs East towards Errol and Dummer and another East bound primary trail (Trail 117) runs along the pipeline towards Milan and Berlin. A primary trail (Trail 109) runs South from Stark to Berlin through the White Mountains National Forest.
While snowmobiling Groveton, all snowmobiles must have a New Hampshire OHRV registration decal. To obtain a NH OHRV registration decal, you will need to show proof of member ship in a New Hampshire snowmobile club, such as the Groveton Trail Blazers.
Overall, Groveton is the 10th most popular snowmobile trail of all 31 snowmobiling rides in New Hampshire. Several of the better snowmobile trails are nearby Groveton including Coos County, Colebrook State Park, Pittsburg Snowmobile Trail System, Whitefield , Twin Mountain and Bartlett .