The 4th most popular snowmobile trail in New Hampshire.
Friday 20 January 2017 04:39 GMT
Southeast of Littleton and south of Bartlett, there is a 45 mile network of groomed snowmobile trails. These snowmobile trails are maintained by the White Mountain Trail Club.
BEAR NOTCH ROAD TRAIL - This usually unplowed road is wide with many turns and scenic areas that is open to snowmobiling. Most views on the north side of the notch look down on the Village of Bartlett and across the Valley to Mt. Washington as well as the peaks of the southern presidential range. The view south of the notch reveals the peaks of Mts. Chocorua, Paugus, Passaconaway & Tripyramid. There are three accesses to the Bartlett Experimental Forest along the 8 miles stretch of this trail.
BARTLETT EXPERIMENTAL FOREST - There are numerous trails within the Experimental Forest. The trails are narrow & winding.
MEADOW BROOK TRAIL - This is a narrow trail extending from Bear Notch Road to the railroad near its junction with Sawyer River. The trail twists along old logging roads in soft and hardwood forests, over ridges and through valleys. Many bridges provide the crossings of river and streams.
OWLS CLIFF TRAIL - This is a steep narrow trail connecting two points on the Meadow Brook Trail. Fine views of the Sandwich Range may be enjoyed.
While snowmobiling Bartlett, 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 White Mountain Trail Club.
Overall, Bartlett is the 4th most popular snowmobile trail of all 31 snowmobiling rides in New Hampshire. Several of the better snowmobile trails are nearby Bartlett including Coos County, Colebrook State Park, Groveton, Pittsburg Snowmobile Trail System, Whitefield and Twin Mountain .