Trail Status: Riding Not Recommended
Projected Trail Status – Jan. 11, 2018
Our dedicated groomers spent the last two nights grooming our trails to get them as flat as possible before these warm temps move in with rain. The goal is to have things freeze flat after this brief warm spell.
This is a reminder to all members and riders. Please stay off the trails for the next few days until the temps drop back down below freezing, providing there is still sufficient snow to ride. This will preserve our base and with any luck the rain won’t destroy our trails.
We’re not sure at this time, but there is a chance the warmth and rain may force us to close the trails if too much of the snow melts away. Please join our Facebook Group for instant updates.
Jim Stokes – Trailmaster, Brookline IceBreakers
NEW TRI-CLUB MAP
The Brookline IceBreakers, Hollis Nor’Easters and Wilton Winter Wanderes have collaborated to produce the area’s first regional trail map. Three Clubs in one Map!
Trail maps can be purchased at Souhegan Valley Motorsports, Amherst Motorsports, Chrysanthi’s Restaurant, Brookline Citgo, RJ’s RPM, Hollis Pharmacy, Hollis Auto, Market Place Diner, Orde Farm, Wilton Mobil, and Brookline Sunoco
Parking for snowmobile trailers is possible at Lake Potanipo, Caryn’s Sunoco, and at the end of Mile Slip Rd in Milford.
Max Cohen Memorial Grove
3 Mason Road, Brookline, NH 03033
Brookline Sunoco Gas Station
75 New Hampshire 13
Brookline, NH 03033
End of Mile Slip Road
Approx 690 Mile Slip Rd.
Milford, NH 03055
Brookline Trail Bulletin:
Please obey all time limits on trails. These are in place to appease Land Owners
The official RT. 13 road crossing on trail 501 was relocated in 2012 South of the former crossing. Please travel slow in this crossing area. The trail is in a backyard and through a driveway.
No Snowmobiles are allowed in the parking lot at the old Big Bear Lodge.
There is No Trailer Parking at Chrysanthi’s Restaurant. Also No Snowmobiles are allowed in the paved parking lot at Chrysanthi’s. Please use the snow covered field that the trail connects to.