January 30 2015 8pm 20 degrees

Rail trails Fort Hill and Ashuelot have been groomed and are in good shape. So far, the best riding yet this winter.. Got 3" of fresh wet snow this morn. Time to enjoy! Beware that some woods trails are not accessible Bear Hill is only accessed by the crossing at the curve on Plain Rd. That ride will be tough in a few places but you can get to Davis Trail in Pisgah using the Bear Hill Trail. A bridge is out on one of the connectors to Powerline Trail between Thicket Hill powerlines and Rt 119. All the roads In Pisgah State Park are groomed. .. .. .. .. .. . JAN 28 5pm. . . Gates are open so please watch for big Tucker groomers on the rail trails...I didn't find any dragged trails in the woods tho they are certainly passable. Besides Sunoco and T-Bird and A1 Pizza, there is now an additional source for fuel and snacks/beverages. Cross Rt 63 about one mile north of the Dole Parking lot.. .. ..Jan 27...Got about 4-6" fresh snow but is pretty much over now. Light fluff still falling and blowing. .. .. .. . Jan 21 25 degrees..Cold weather continuing. Exercise extreme caution while riding. If you have spiked tracks you are better prepared for the frozen and very hard-packed surfaces. Trails are cautiously rideable. Gates are not open and have not been open so no grooming has occured. . . .. . .. JAN 12:Fluffy snow this morning but total once compressed about .75" We have a very shallow base and no real cover so very poor riding conditions. . . . . JAN 5: We got 2" of snow Saturday followed by 2" of rain so there was a sloppy mess that is now frozen We are still not riding! . . . . . . JAN 3: ...How cruel can it get? Snow starts tomorrow@ 3pm, 5-8" then turns to rain at 4am Sunday and warms up to 47!. . . . ... ...DEC 15 came and went and n o, we haven't opened any gates. Matter of fact, the snow we had on the ground is gone.
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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