Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Snowmobile in Southern New Hampshire!

Not everyone may welcome the back to back snow storms we’ve had here in southern New Hampshire recently, but there has been one benefit most might not think about… snowmobile trails! Recent storms have created some of the best snowmobile conditions southern New Hampshire has seen in the past few years. There’s no time like the present to bring your friends and your snowmobiles to the Inn at Valley Farms to experience New Hampshire’s 7,000 miles of wide and well-groomed trails. With a two feet thick blanket of snow covering the Monadnock Region, area snowmobiling trails have a great base and access to the extensive local trail system is unlimited. 

With ample space for parking your trailers and sleds, a stay at the Inn at Valley Farms makes a winter getaway hassle-free. Our self-sufficient cottages sleep up to 6 guests and have full kitchens allowing for flexibility and added comfort in your stay. Winter rates start at $175/night and include a homemade breakfast basket brought to your doorstep each morning including fresh baked goods, locally made organic breads and our own fresh eggs. Sunnyside Farmhouse is another rental which is available for larger groups and/or longer stays.

Of particular note in this area is Corridor 5, a snowmobile trail extending from Massachusetts to the Canadian border which traverses right through part of our 105-acre property. The trail is accessible directly from our property with plenty of additional local trails extending in numerous directions for miles and miles of uninterrupted exploration.  Pinnacle View, a local equipment dealer here in Walpole, NH carries snowmobile parts and doubles as a New Hampshire registration station to get your sleds registered. You can also ride directly to local eateries and a gas station.

If you’re looking for a getaway close to home you’ll love the Monadnock Region in picturesque southern New Hampshire. The extensive trail system extends through beautiful woodlands, open rolling hills, straight-aways on reclaimed rail beds, and small bridges bringing you to areas of unsurpassed natural beauty seldom seen by passersby.

Here are a few useful links to help plan your winter getaway:


For a map and information on: NH State snowmobile corridors. For local trail maps contact the local snowmobile clubs.

For information on: NH Snowmobile Trail Conditions

We hope to see you on the trail!

Innkeeper The Inn at Valley Farms

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