Best Mascoma Valley Snowmobiling

The 28th most popular snowmobile trail in New Hampshire.


  January 20, 2017

West of Concord near Springfield in the Mascoma Valley, there is a 50 mile network of groomed snowmobile trails. These trails are maintained by the Mascoma Valley Snow Travelers Club.

To reach the Mascoma Valley Snowmobile Trails from Concord, head north on US89 to Exit #11. Head east on SR11 for 6.9 miles to SR4A. Turn left heading north on SR4A for 7.5 miles towards Springfield. Turn right heading down steep unsigned logging road. The trail crosses about 50 feet down the road and there is limited parallel roadside parking.

Note: there is limited parking throughout this trail system and there are no designated trailhead parking areas.

While snowmobiling Mascoma Valley , 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 Mascoma Valley Snow Travelers Club.

Overall, Mascoma Valley is the 28th most popular snowmobile trail of all 31 snowmobiling rides in New Hampshire. Several of the better snowmobile trails are nearby Mascoma Valley including Warner, Henniker, Bristol, Laconia, Pawtuckaway State Park and Andover .

Local Contacts:  Mascoma Valley Snow Travelers Club (603) 763-6099; NH Tourism (800) 258-3608; NH Snowmobile Association (603) 788-3346.

Best Season:  Jan - Feb.

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  43.489231, -71.980339

Date Published:  12/30/2015

Date Updated:  1/20/2017

ID:  16753

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