There’s a lot to do this weekend if you are a snowmobilier here in New Hampshire!
The Lancaster Grand Prix race for the Kilkenney Cup is friday/saturday/sunday. It is the 50th anniversary, and the oldest snowmobile race in the country. There will be lots of vintage fun!
This is the tri state reciprocal weekend-you can ride in Vermont & Maine without having to register! Check the requiremnets for each state before you go!
We are having a BBQ on saturday from 11am-2pm (or sooner if we run out). On the menu is boneless chicken/scalloped potatoes/baked beans/cole slaw/punch/cake for $10. Proceeds from this go towards our annual donation to Camp SnoMo-help us stay in first place! Although the poker run has been cancelled, there is still some pretty good riding here. The clubhouse is open both saturday & sunday this weekend.
conditions range from fair to very good and some we would even call excellent! Our grooming team has been doing a great job even though Mother nature has been very stingy with the snow! They were able to fill most open waterbars so there are no holes, but dips do remain. Up high were there is always more snow is the best riding. The lower trails do not have enough snow cover to fill in all the bumps, but there wasn’t any bare ground showing tonight. They are groomed & rideable, some very flat places-some bumps. Ice is still an issue in many sections-especially on some southern exposed slopes. Neighboring clubs are reporting similar findings & conditions. If you are riding out from the clubhouse, the Cheever trail might be the better option to access the higher terrain.
All things considered, the riding is a little better than you might expect-come check it out. We need another storm to get the trails back to what you expect when you ride Baker River, and it looks like we just might get one this coming week!!