Snowmobiling

Hop on your sled and just be exhilarated! Snowmobiling in the Northern New Hampshire is no joke. With miles and miles… and miles to explore, Bethlehem is a great place to make your home base! When you’re ready for a break, these trails will bring you right into town to stop at one of our great restaurants or coffee shops. If you need to re-fuel, the gas station is right on the trail as well!

The Mt. Agassiz Trail Association and the Bethlehem Snowmobile Club volunteer to maintain all snowmobiling trails in Bethlehem.  During snowmobile season, Mt. Agassiz Trail Association regularly updates their Facebook page with trail closures and information. Follow them for the most up-to-date information.

Trails to Check Out…

Profile Recreational Rail Trail: The Profile Rail Trail in Bethlehem is between Route 3 and Rt. 302. From here, you are free to explore miles and miles of trails. This trail is open year-round for a variety of outdoor activities. Parking is available on Muchmore Road and Trudeau Road off Route 302.

Ammonoosuc Rail Trail: One of the most popular rides is along the Ammonoosuc River on the Rail Trail. This is accessible in Littleton and continues to Woodstock. During other months, this trail is used as a biking and walking path.

Important Safety & Trail Information

Please stay informed on all trail closures throughout the state by visiting New Hampshire State Parks.

The New Hampshire Fish & Game also provides trail links and other snowmobiling information including operating laws, safety trips and information on renting a sled.

Please check their websites and keep yourself informed before heading out to ride.