Southern New Hampshire Trailblazers is a snowmobile club located in southern NH dedicated to promoting the sport for people of all ages, in a safe and responsible way.
We welcome new ideas and volunteers, so if you can spare some time, and want to join a great group of people to ride with, take a look around the website to learn more about us and for valuable local trail information.
If you can’t find what you are looking for, feel free to reach out and contact us for assistance or more information.
Recent Facebook Posts:
2 days ago
This is a photo we saw online but it’s totally right. ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Trail work detail spreading gravel, new posts and signage, and safety fence on bridge edges on the Rockingham railbed by Peterson's Farm. Thank you Rob, Gary, Greg, and Brian for your efforts. The Southern NH Trailblazers volunteers are getting it done. ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
Pictured are the Southern NH Trailblazers working on ditching the edges of the Rockingham Recreational Trail in Fremont this weekend. Many thanks to W.F. Grace Construction and Rob Kennedy for the use of their equipment, and Rob, Gary, Greg, Steve, and Brian for their volunteer efforts. This club is getting it done. Often imitated, never duplicated. ... See MoreSee Less
Southern New Hampshire Trailblazers shared a post.
4 weeks ago
Bear Brook Swap coming up! Come take a look at the old iron!Saturday morning is the Vintage swap! Start packing the trucks and trailers!
If you get there early enough, there will be free breakfast food!
See you soon! ... See MoreSee Less
One of our members, Stuart Marcus, has a free 8x14 trailer. The trailer is an old pop up that has a good floor, frame, and wheels. The rest of the pop up is junk and you'll need to get rid of it. Get in touch with Stu if you're interested. ... See MoreSee Less
The Lamprey river bridge between Epping and Raymond is ready for many more years of use. Thanks to Gary, Frank, Ray, Charlie, and Rob for spending Friday putting on the finishing touches. Please use caution going on and off the bridge until the trails bureau adds more gravel to the approaches. ... See MoreSee Less