Update March 27,2015 -
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        Hardy Country Snowmobile Club 
We lost a lot of snow with the rain yesterday. Heading out now to check trails.  Trails in Hebron Center are getting pretty bare. The only good riding will be up in the high elevation. Recommend trailering to the playground in Groton and taking that trail up to Corridor 24 to Spruce Ridge.  Please read previous posts as to what we needed to close earlier in the week.

We had to close down the trail behind the Hebron Store per landowners request as the snow coverage was getting thin in the field. This also required us to shut down the trail from Newfound Lake. If heading south on cor. 11 from Rumney you will have to use the Hebron Trial to the powerlines and 24 east to get back onto 11 south. 
Almost everything west of the Hebron store was groomed on Sunday night. The Conditions on the high elevation trails are still very good. Thanks to Jim Lerner who completed his first solo grooming trip yesterday. He did a great job and we are happy to have him on our grooming team. We recommend parking your trailer at the playground/field in Groton to access the best parts of the system. It is also still possible to park at the Hebron Store and ride south on cor. 11 to cor. 24 west to access the higher elevation trails. Grooming will continue as needed only on the western part of the system where there is still good snow cover. We will not be grooming east to Bridgewater as there is insufficient snow cover.

We appreciate when you add your own trail reports and updates on our Facebook page as conditions can change fast this time of year.  This helps both our grooming team as well as other riders. The sooner we know about hazards or poor conditions the sooner we can address problem areas.  Feel free to share your concerns/suggestions on our Facebook page or you can email the club directly. hardycountrysnowmobileclub@yahoo.com    
David Lloyd - Acting Trail Master


Check out the March newsletter under the "News" section of the website or on Facebook!

 Print out the application and send it in with a check and we will mail you your membership card right away so you have it when you register your sled! Or visit the Hebron Village Store, Newfound Grocery, Outdoor Performance, or the Trading Post.
Send your application and check to: 
Hardy Country Snowmobile Club PO Box 43, Hebron,NH 03241   
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2014-2015 Hardy Country Maps are in! Please send $4 and an address to mail the map to:

 HCSC, c/o Jen Lloyd, PO Box 43, Hebron, NH 03241.

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 Club Meetings are held the second Saturday of the month from October through April at 

7 pm at the Hebron Community Hall (the Hebron Church).  All are welcome!





Hardy Country Snowmobile Club 

2014-2015 Officers

Chuck Stata 
 Vice PresidentLarry Kill 
 Treasurer Tom Lloyd
 Secretary Jen Lloyd
 Trail Administrator Bruce Barnard
 Assistant Trail Administrator Billy MacPherson
Acting Trail MasterDave Lloyd


Communication radios for 


Cell phone reception is very spotty in the high country and along Rt. 118.  Last season, one of our groomers had to walk a mile at night alone to a spot where he could pick up a cell phone signal to call for help when the groomer broke down.

For the safety of our groomer operators, we are raising funds for a repeater and an antenna.  The total cost for these will be approximately $1000. 

If you would like to make a donation towards this endeavor, please note this on your membership renewal or you can send a check with a note specifying its allocation to: HCSC, Attention: Treasurer/Secretary, P.O. Box 43, Hebron, NH 03241.

 Thank you in advance for enhancing safety and supporting peace of mind for the groomers and their families!


Memberships and Registrations
You are able to join HCSC and register your snowmobiles at the following locations:
Hebron Village Store, Hebron
Newfound Grocery, Bridgewater
Outdoor Performance, Bridgewater
Trading Post, Bristol
Please support them as they support us!