SUNDAY MORNING Feb 18 ...--- - - - -

Got a 4-5" pile of fluff last evening. This is not much to help safe riding. Mainly it serves to cover up the ice, dirt and bare areas.------------------------------------------------------------------------Feb 14::::Trails have virtually no cover except for ice. 1-3" snow IS forecast for Saturday night but that little isn't going to help. Pisgah State Park is basically in snow-dirt-ice condition currently. ......................................................................................................................Feb 11:Had a couple days of riding and now trails are again washed out. Talk about a cruel joke of Winter. Yep, and mid-Feb weather is looking perfect for maple syrup...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................The Wed Feb 7->8"-12" not materializing. We have 5 on the ground with another 2 expected. The snow is light and grainy, even tho a rainy mix appears to fall. This snow will help but riding will not be excellent. ..........................................................................................................................................Thursday the 4th of January 2018 gave us plenty of snow but now, after warming, then rain and more warming AND THENTHE DEEP FREEZE..Trails are C-R-A-P...... Rail trails were in great shape but couple ice spots along the river, (1): north of gate, at the ice fishing parking lot, and the other, a few hundred yards south of that lot.
A-! Pizza is now closed and will not re-open. However:
Sunoco has become a gas and convenience so you can get 93 octane AND great coffee.
New bridge this year next to gravel bank next to 119 where you'd cross 119, just north of Ice Fishing Parking lot, and just south of T-Bird&Sunoco; where you have crossed an icy brook the last couple years, to access the power line trail to Plain Rd.
Bear Hill to Pisgah Park was okay before the rains etc.


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Friday, July 4, 2008

Our System

The club annually seeks permission from private and municipal land owners, to use the trails here in Hinsdale. There is State of New Hampshire-owned railbed that PMTR maintains. All work: from clearing brush to cutting trees to the actual grooming; serving as officers, trail administrators, and directors is all volunteers driven. Our active-members are a tiny percent of total membership and without these people, this trail system will cease to exist. Realize that any time you can donate is not only appreciated but essential to keeping this club alive.  pisgahmtntrailriders@gmail.com