February ??, 2013
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Snow Condition Updates
Caution: Spring Conditions in many places!
Click here (in season) for the latest
Please help by going out for a few hours
and cutting back overhanging brush and trees leaning (even slightly) into
the trail. Look at the brush guards on the Tucker groomer (in the upper
right photo). It can't pull that nice snow from the side of the trails into
the worn areas if the operator is dodging trees.
Also, consider throwing loose rocks off
the trail - instead of just driving around them. New Durham's Powder Mill
Snowmobile Club asks for a "toll" of three rocks thrown - per ride! How
about it here in Alton?
Understand, a handful of working club
members is doing 95% of the trail work now - for hundreds of riding only
club members! I am sure you have noticed the year to year improvements they
have made in our club's trail system, but they can not do it all alone.
Please grab your saw and riding buddies - and go out for an afternoon of
of East Alton and West Alton trail system?
Riders ask about these areas and we would love upgrade
our system in those parts of town. What we need are knowledgeable local
riders and friends of landowners to make it happen. The first step ifs for
someone familiar with each area to contact landowners for permission to cut
or improve a snowmobile trail across their section. Then we can work on
coming up with volunteers, equipment and funds to make it happen. E-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org if you have
the contacts to help make this happen.
that time of year ,Tom Whissel, son Luke and Lacy, Jay Creedo and
daughter Avia ,John McAuliffe and the "Groomer Dog"
Brie build decks on the
telephone poles and lumber brought down to trail "R" just Gilmanton side of
Dudley Road by Norm Hillsgrove. Thanks for all your help ! -
you a member yet? Please consider becoming a member of the
Mount Major Snowmobile Club Inc. (and save some money on your
registrations too)! For more information about joining, please see our
Application Form page.
Do not wait
you want to ride, only to find that you
haven't registered your machine yet. We may not always be available to fill out
Why join a club?
There is more to snowmobile
trails than snow and a registration.
Click here for details.
forms and registrations
are now available at:
Amilyene's Market (Route 11, Alton Bay)
HK Powersports (Route 140, Tilton)
Irwin Marine (Route 28A, Alton Bay)
(Route 11, Alton Bay)
Sports Center (Route 125, Barrington)
snowmobile related sites. For a short list of local agencies,
businesses, racing organizations, performance engine builders, and chassis dyno & engine dynamometer services