“Stay on the trail or stay home. Please & Take out what you take in.”

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2016 Tri-State Reciprocal Ride Weekend

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The 2016 Tri-State Reciprocal Snowmobile Weekend will take place January 29-31, 2016. All snowmobiles legally registered in New Hampshire will be able to operate in Maine and Vermont during this reciprocal weekend. All Maine and Vermont snowmobile laws and rules must be complied with while riding in those states, including the Vermont mandatory liability insurance and youth requirements, etc.

All snowmobiles legally registered in Vermont or Maine will be able to operate on New Hampshire trails during this three-day weekend. Vermont snowmobiles need to display, pursuant to Vermont law, a valid Vermont Association of Snow Travelers, Inc. trails maintenance assessment, also knows as the trails pass. All New Hampshire laws and rules regarding the operation of snowmobiles must be adhered to such as speed limits, youth operation standards, etc.

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Blow-Me-Down Snowriders
PO Box 221,
Cornish Flat, NH 03746
(603) 543-1118
Contact Us

Trails are now open with ongoing grooming in the higher elevations

Please ride with care and caution and respect for the land.  Stay on the trails or stay home.  Thank you.

We have updated GPS generated trail maps for sale at the Meriden Deli for $5 each.

About Us

The Blow-Me-Down Snowriders Club was started in 1971 as a family oriented, non-profit organization. We now have approximately 56 miles of trails that wind through the towns of Cornish and Plainfield that are groomed and maintained by the volunteer time of our members.

Member of NHSA.  www.nhsa.com  

Meeting Schedule

Monthly meetings of the Blow-Me-Down Snowriders Club are held at Gil Wilson’s heated garage at 169 Route 120 in East Plainfield on the second Tuesday of the month, starting at 7:00 p.m. from September through April. We hope to see you there.


As of July 1, 2012, in order to operate on state-approved snowmobile trails, an OHRV (wheeled vehicle) that has had the wheels or tires removed and replaced with tracks, cleats or skis, MUST be properly registered in New Hampshire as a snowmobile