The White Mountain Trail Club roots are that of a snowmobile Club; over the years we have
evolved with the times to recognize and support all outdoor enthusiasts. The White Mountain
Trail Club system is open to and encourages use by snowmobiles, hikers, cross country skiers,
snow shoeing, dog sled teams and mountain biking.
The White Mountain Trail Club is responsible for maintaining approximately 50 miles of multi-
use trails located primarily within the White Mountain National Forest. These trails are within
the towns of Bartlett, Livermore, Harts Location & Albany. Trail maintenance is performed by
volunteers who devote over 400 hours per year grooming, clearing trees, decking bridges and
While membership in the club is not mandatory to use the trail system it is through members and
memberships dollars that the club is able to maintain these trails for everyone’s use.
2015 Trail News
The White Mountain Trail Club groomed 400 hours once again last season. We would like to
thank Alan Cassel, Jim Pettengill and Peter Gagne for donating their time grooming. Thanks to
their efforts the club was able to pay off loan on our groomer. This season we will be doing trail
work on Meadow Brook Trail and continue to re-deck many bridges. We hope to start work on
extending North Fork Trail. We are still actively trying to connect to Red Trail in Conway but
we will need members help. We need members to contact the forest service and there State
Senators to support this trail. Starting January 1, New Hampshire Snowmobile Association will
be processing memberships online. The Board Voted on having one set Club Dues of $35.
Individual and family memberships include: Trail Map, New Hampshire Snowmobile
Association and Snow Traveler Magazine. Register snowmobile at reduced rate.
Please make checks payable to:
White Mountain Trail Club
Po box 191
Bartlett, NH 03812