Trail Report 3-21-2013 7:00 pm:
We had hoped to have riding through the weekend but, with temperatures close to 40 degrees the warm weather took its toll on what snow we did have. The trails are already getting down to dirt, rocks, and mud. We need to keep in mind we are travelling across the property of others. Please do not ride through dirt, mud, and rocks and jeopardize our relationship with the landowners. The trails are closed and we will be closing gates effective immediately. Thank you!
Trail Report 3-21-2013 8:00 am:
We received 8-10 inches of snow depending on the area of town with Tuesday’s storm but it has already “settled”. We have re-opened many of our gates. We will not be grooming the trails as there is no base and the few sleds that have gone by are already exposing dirt and rocks. We anticipate leaving the gates open through the weekend, but if what snow there is goes away faster than anticipated we may need to close them earlier. The Red Hill gates will remain closed. As always, use caution on the ice and be alert for other hidden obstacles. The fresh snow may be hiding poor ice.
2012-2013 Membership Application is available here:
All-New Club Trail Maps ($5.00 ea, $6.00 ea if mailed)
We performed a major overhaul to our club map for the 2012-2013 season. They are currently available and we will be stocking the stores before the season starts.
Please Remember….. The Moultonboro Snowmobile Club is a volunteer run organization. Your participation is vital to the success of the club. Membership dues are not used to clear and maintain the trails in the fall. Member’s time makes it happen.
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We realize our club is made of members with a wide variety of skill sets and interests. We are always looking for help in ways that do not include trail work. Attorneys, accountants, website designers, etc. Please consider assisting us from the comfort of your home or office. We still have some positions open on the Board of Director so please consider volunteering as we begin the new season.
The new membership application is posted for your convenience.
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