If you are considering renting a snowmobile chances are you have little, if any, riding experience. Renting a snowmobile in NH for a day or weekend is a great way to experience the sport and get a feel for it, to see if it’s for you. But before you do please consider the following to ensure you have a fun and safe experience: Snowmobile Rental Accidents Out of approximately 42,000+ … [Read more...] about Renting a Snowmobile: What You Need to Know
I expect this year’s freshman class to be extraordinarily large. If the volume of calls and emails are indicators, there will be a significant number of new riders, accompanied by many returning after being away for a decade or more. That’s 9000-rpm music to the ears. Snowmobiling Not Inexpensive The newbies have plenty of questions, with “How much does a snowmobile cost?” taking the pole … [Read more...] about 2019 NH Mid-Winter Snowmobile Report
The annual NH free snowmobile weekend, in which snowmobiles registered in Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire could ride in any of those three states, has come to an abrupt halt due to last minute changes by administrators in VT and ME, which were not communicated to NH. History of Tri-State Reciprocity Through the efforts and hard work of several people here in NH, to include Chris Gamache, Gail … [Read more...] about What Happened to NH Free Snowmobile Weekend?
In an effort to address the outdated and often dangerous habit of using countdown hand signals while snowmobiling, NH Fish & Game Law Enforcement has produced a new sign asking riders to keep both hands on the handlebars. Counting Down Does Not Add Up The countdown hand signals are hand signals where riders indicate how many riders are in their group by holding up the corresponding number of … [Read more...] about NH Fish & Game Law Enforcement Encourages Hands On Handlebars
New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s Law Enforcement Division is cautioning snowmobilers to stay on the trails this season. The issue of off-trail riding has been a growing problem in recent years. There have been a growing number of complaints from landowners, especially in Coos County, relating to snowmobiles riding off trail. Damaged Trees One big reason is the effect on future timber … [Read more...] about Snowmobilers: Stay on Trails or Stay Home!
The Canadian Council of Snowmobile Organizations (CCSO) released a Snowmobiling Physical Activity Health Study which demonstrates the health benefits of snowmobiling. The document includes physiological data from field testing in Ontario, British Columbia, and Quebec. It also includes a literature review investigating the potential benefits that snowmobiling could have on mental health. The … [Read more...] about Snowmobiling Physical Activity Health Study