Hey sledcrazy, i'm from n.h. just over the border, how are the trails around sebago, wide and groomed? i go to the berwick area quite a bit, my son lives there. We go to rangley a few times, i have a camp on china lake just above augusta that we go to a few times a season.Looking for some nice trails a bit closer that rangley and China for day trips. Can u point out any other places south maine thats good riding, thanks.
ZRTJACK, sebago is awesome riding, you can hook up on ITS 89 I think it is and go anywhere. The farther north you go the better the trails get. Southern maine some of the trails are small and ####ty. But sebago northward is awesome trails.
From Greenfield, NH. Hope to ride some of those great trails in Maine that I keep hearing about. Don't know if you have heard, but the word is out - riding in Twin Mt. has started. They have a good 6" frozen base with 8" to 9" on top and more snow forecasted for this week. Hope to head up that way the end of the week.
Later this year we should try to get a"Snowmobile World.Com" ride in planned somewhere in the Northeast. SWRules
Twin Mt., NH. Travel across to Berlin, NH and and pick up Rte. 16 to Twin Mt.. You can park across from Bretton Woods Ski area. This place is set up to handle 50 or so trucks and trailers. Great place for a first ride. Go to twinmtnsnowmobile.com. This is the club site. They give trail conditions when the trails open Dec 15th and have a map online that is useful. They have not started posting conditions yet. Got this info from trailconditions.com - go to NH. Mark
I do most of my riding around Lake Winnipesauke in NH. But I was looking at taking a trip to sugar loaf. I looked at map quest and driving is like 156 miles. Do you need to have insurance to ride in Maine? How much is registration in Maine? :blahblah:
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