Trails Opening Saturday, 1/23

Our trail system will be opening at 8am this Saturday. Conditions in the lower terrain and leaving the clubhouse are marginal to fair with thin snow cover, but conditions quickly improve with elevations. Expect good to great riding in the hills.
 
Most trails have been groomed and we will continue working to get them in shape before the weekend. The base is thin, so please tread lightly. Hopefully with the cold weather the trails will last until we get more snow.
 
As always with early season conditions, be on the lookout for open water bars, rocks and other hazards on the trail.
 
As a reminder, there is NO PARKING on any roads in Dorchester or anywhere on the Green Woodlands property. We have plenty of parking available at the clubhouse.
 
Thank you for your cooperation and patience as we look forward to the weekend!

Trails Open 12/21/20

Trails are open!
 
We have been out rolling and clearing trails all weekend. Most trails have had at least 1 pass.
 
Expect very early season conditions (open water bars, rocks,rough terrain, etc.) but there is some decent riding to be had. Please ride with caution!
 
There is a bridge out on Buddy Lane Trail, so please avoid that trail.
 
We will provide updates as things change. Have fun, be safe and think snow!

Trails Closed 3/9/20

Trails Closed

Out of respect for our landowners and due to lack of snow, Baker River trails are officially closed for the season.

Thank you for another great year, for having patience while we did our best with what the weather brought us, and for your unending support. We couldn’t do what we do without you!

Trail Update 3/6/20

There is still riding out of the clubhouse this weekend if you head East on Corridor 8, following Cheever Trail and head into the Hog Hill/Groton Area. Our trails out that way were groomed last night. Expect some dirt and water bars on your way out of the Clubhouse. There is one stretch about 150′ long. Once you get into higher elevation in Groton, there is still plenty of snow and good conditions.

At this time Corridor 8 West to the Green Camp is closed, but you can access Corridor 5 South and our higher elevation trails from neighboring trail systems (Hebron, Lyme Pinnacle, Mt. Cardigan). A member rode from Hebron last night and reported they had just groomed and that trails were phenomenal. On our end, Ten Mile Road, Rocky Loop, and Townline Pond were groomed early this morning and in good condition.

The Clubhouse is open Saturday and Sunday, 8 to 4 with the usual goodies. Be sure to stop in Sunday morning for our monthly Pancake Breakfast Buffet.

Trail Update 2/28/20

From the Clubhouse to the Green Camp is very thin, with spots down to dirt. We’re working on some solutions now to get a passable trail through there to gain access to trails in the higher elevation. WILL UPDATE ON THIS ASAP via Facebook and our website.

From the Green Camp south (on Corridor 5) conditions start fair and continuously improve. Once you hit Ten Mile Road, conditions are really excellent – the best they’ve been all year.

Ten Mile Road, Rocky Loop and Little Rocky were all groomed today and will be a safe bet for riding this weekend.

Heading the other direction, Cheever Trail and Hog Hill/Groton are in decent shape per riders today.

No other trails have been groomed or evaluated at this time. Please use caution and common sense if you get out exploring. We’ll continue to post updates as we have them.

As a reminder, the Leap Day Ladies Ride is still on tomorrow. Meet at the Clubhouse (197 N. Dorchester Road, Wentworth, NH) by 10am to ride along. Keep in mind that the first few miles up to good conditions will be rough. Please use discretion as to whether or not you feel comfortable!

As always, the Clubhouse and Grump’s Grill will be open Saturday and Sunday from 8 to 4. This weekend we’re celebrating #GirlPower. Supergirl steak & cheese sliders, Black Widow buffalo chicken sliders, Captain Marvel mac & cheese, Wonder Woman whoopie pies and Batgirl blondies.