Snowmobiling

If you climbed into your car in Manchester, New Hampshire, and drove to Sacramento, California—and back—you'd cover a little more than 6,000 miles. There are more than 7,000 miles of snowmobiling trails in New Hampshire. And they link to a vast network of trails in neighboring states, too.  New Hampshire caters to snowmobiling enthusiasts with rental dealers, hotels, cabins, and casual restaurants situated right along major snowmobile routes; find them on the New Hampshire Snowmobile Association's interactive trail map. Of course, you can also spend hours deep in our forests away from civilization, enjoying winter scenes few people ever see.

If you're a first-time rider, you won't find a better place to learn to operate a snowmobile safely than New Hampshire. Our outfitters provide not only expert instruction but also the specialized gear you need, from late-model snowmobiles to the warmest gloves. And even if you've snowmobiled in other parts of the country, you may want to book a guided snowmobiling tour in New Hampshire. With so many miles of trails to explore, why not allow our experienced guides to lead you to their secret spots and the coolest views?

Visit the New Hampshire Snowmobile Trail Conditions for snowmobiling trail-condition reports from mid-December through April.