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Check out the 2018-2019 NH OHRV & Snowmobile Digest of Regulations http://www.eregulations.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/18NHATV_LR.pdf
Club memberships can be obtained by joiniong at NHSA.org or printing out the on-line form and submitting it with your payment to the “Blow-Me-Down Snowriders Club”
This winter there will be active logging on P396 just north of Burr road. Please ride with extreme caution for a relatively short distance.
All BMD trails are open with ongoing grooming in the higher elevations. Have fun and be safe!
IMPORTANT CLOSURE NOTICE: Trail P397 (that runs parallel with Trues Brook Road in Plainfield) is currently closed due to large ice blocks in the trail.
1/31/19 Now OPEN! Trail P397 (that runs parallel with Trues Brook Road in Plainfield) The icebergs have been cleared!
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
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