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Snowmobiling in New Hampshire
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Snowmobile Tours & Vacation Spots
Snowmobile Vacations - Lodging/Trails
Tours, Rentals and Trails
Lil' Man Snowmobile Rentals - Snowmobile Rentals in Tours in North Conway & Mt. Washington Valley
Northern Extreme Snowmobiling - Guided tours through the White Mountains, Bretton Woods and Twin Mountain.
Town & Country Snowmobling - Located in the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire.
NH Snowmobile clubs
All snowmobiles and off-highway recreational vehicles must be registered unless they are used on land owned or leased by the owner of the machine. Snowmobile and OHRV registration applications are available at any Department of Motor Vehicles office and most snowmobile dealers. These applications can be processed at the Concord Office of the N.H. OHRV Education Program NH Fish & Game.
Average Monthly Weather
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Crossing ponds or lakes (water body) there are 2 periods to avoid when accidents are likely to occur. Early in the season when slush ice doesn't freeze together or late in the season when the ice melts at an uneven rate.
Ice Safety Chart
(In Inches) Maximum Safe Load
4 One person on foot
6 Group in single file
7 1/2 Cars (two tons gross (weight) snowmobiles
8 Light Truck (2 1/2 tons)
10 Medium Truck
12 Heavy truck (Eight tons)
Chart was prepared by Department of Natural Resources, gives general ice thickness & weights loads. For early winter slush ice or late season, the thickness should be doubled.
Tips for staying safe on the ice include:
Ice safety should be paramount for anyone recreating on New Hampshire’s lakes and ponds. Don't assume ice is safe just because it's there.
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