Meredith Trail System Status – Closed
Trail Update – 3-7-2020
Gates are now locked on our trail system.
If March brings snow, the average monthly amount will most likely not allow for trails to reopen for the 2019-2020 season.
Even with winter being less than average we did have a great year! In January, with winter coming in strong, pouring rain near the end of the month really put a damper on things. The groomer still had 41 hrs of operating use for the month.
In February the groomer had about 73 hrs operating use. At one point we groomed 6 days in a row. When the weather was right, we tried our best to maintain the trails!
Thank you to everyone who helped out with the Sno-Streakers, thank you to our members, private land owners and various others! It take a village to run the club!
Trail Update – 2-28-2020
A monsoon rolled through Wednesday night so we are forced to close our trails. This winter has been challenging to say the least. Pray for snow!
Trail Update – 2/22/20
GOOD NEWS we have groomed all of SnoStreakers trail 300!! This means all the way to Meredith Woods, Lake Pemi.
We have groomed the rails last night. Our entire trail system has been groomed over the last 48 hours if not once, twice! Get out and ride while the sun shines!
Trail Update – 2/20/20
Last night we groomed parts of trail 300, Corliss Memorial trail, Bear Point trail, as well as to mud pond, towards Wicwas Lake. We also groomed Windsong trail to Pickerel pond. At the end of the night we cleaned up the Bayview trail. Trail conditions are good to great. Make plans to ride this weekend as it is likely some of the best conditions we will have all year!
If your hungry or thirsty head to The Mug Restaurant off of Meetinghouse trail! And check out the Barstool Sports Pond Hockey this weekend on Meredith Bay.
Trail Update – 2-16-2020
Groomed Bayview trail, meeting house trail, RR tracks from Hobo station to Ashland station. Meredith town forest not groomed, not enough snow to manipulate with the drag.
Trail Update – 2-14-2020
All has been groomed with exceptions:
- 300 west – grooming stops between Hatch corner and Chase Rd. We cannot cross the bog due to warm ground temps.
- 15 towards Center Harbor was GROOMED, but was an active logging site in beginning of season, conditions are less than marginal, very bony
Railroad bed is groomed.
You will still find numerous water bars due to the fact the ground is not frozen.
We ask that you take caution on any small swamps, bogs or small waterways. There are some soft spots and open water.
Groomer will continue to be out through out the weekend!
Trail Update – 2-11-2020
Groomer has been out from 2-6 through 2-10 removing brush, downed trees, and filling holes. You will find a lot of waterbars throughout the system. Conditions are marginal to moderate. RR tracks have not been groomed yet this year.
Trail Update – 1-31-20
Trails are closed. Mother Nature is not really helping out, with the 7 day forecast not looking promising. On the bright side the New England Pond Hockey Classic is this weekend on Meredith Bay, helps keep us all occupied 😉 Obey the PHC requests regarding ice safety, have fun, stay safe!
Trail Update – 1/19/20
Completed this morning:
– Primary 300 to between Chase Rd / Hatch Corner.
– Pickerel pond to Livingston Road.
– Through Meredith Center to Bear point down to mud pond.
We plan to groom more later. Happy riding be safe all!
Trail Update – 1-17-2019
We were out grooming yesterday into the late night. Our trail system is in good enough shape to ride, but we will need another good storm to make the official “Trails are Open” call. We know people will be riding this weekend, so if you do decide to go out please be mindful of private property, rutting up dirt, grass, and gravel, and your speed around corners. We should be in much better shape after the storm on Saturday. All we ask is to please be respectful if you do decide to take the sled out.
The RR tracks still need “another foot of snow” before we can take the groomer out on them.
The trail to Center Harbor is hazardous to say the least. This is trail 15 and follows the power lines. Crews subcontracted by the power company have been out there and the warm temps did not help along with a lot of cut brush… everywhere. Please exercise caution. We are putting our heads together on what we can do to get it fixed!
Another reminder with warm temps earlier this week and last nights wicked freezing temps please be careful of water bars, water in the trails, ponds, bogs, and lakes.
Trail Update – 1-10-2019
Trail Master Report: Please don’t ride the trails this weekend with the rain coming. We’re grooming tonight only so we can flatten out what snow we have. We’d rather leave a flat surface on the trails than torn up ruts that will freeze when the sub arctic temps coming our way on Sunday night arrive!!
Trail Update – 12-31-2019
We just received a 8+ inches of snow which was much needed and has us all super excited to take our sleds out. Even with the new snow, SnoStreakers trails are closed which includes the rail bed. The agreement with the state is to open after January 6th. The second the groomer comes out of hibernation we will let everyone know!
Meeting House Trail
Frank Corliss Memorial Trail
Bear Point Trail