Our Trails

We are New Hampshire’s largest club with more than 3,900 members and we groom more than 200 miles of trails. Our trails connect to Canada, Maine, Vermont, and trails of the Swift Diamond Riders, Colebrook Ski-Bees, and the Umbagog Snowmobile Assoc in NH. We groom trails daily as conditions permit.

From mountain top to low valley, we strive to make our trails smooth and fun to ride from December to April. Snow comes early in Pittsburg, New Hampshire’s northernmost town and the snow often stays late, providing months of great riding. Our season typically begins December 15th, snow permitting, and can continue into the beginning of April.

The Pittsburg area has thousands of acres of undeveloped forest and is known for having the deepest snow, the longest distances between stops, and offers a variety of riding. Our trail system is on unplowed logging roads and woods trails that the Pittsburg Ridge Runner groomer drivers transform into smooth, wide, snow-covered superhighways. We have over 200 miles of well signed and well-groomed trails connecting to Maine, Vermont, Canada, and all points south in New Hampshire. You can literally ride a different trail every day for a week and still have more to ride. The variety of riding will keep the experienced rider and beginner happy. The experienced rider will find challenging hill climbing and long-distance riding.

For incredible views of the Connecticut Lakes Region, everyone will enjoy the easy ride to the top of Diamond Ridge, which should not be missed. The Connecticut Lakes Region is known for its friendly “Great North Woods” hospitality where you will find first-class lodging, restaurants, convenience stores, snowmobile services, rentals and guide service, registrations, and gas all readily available to ensure relaxed and carefree snowmobiling. Head “Up North” to Pittsburg this season for the best trail riding in the Northeast.