The Tri-Town Trailblazers provide a well-maintained trail system encompassing the State Corridor 5 and local trails servicing the Tri-Town areas of Alstead, Acworth, and Langdon, New Hampshire. We pride ourselves on maintaining good relationships with the landowners, who make it possible for our enjoyment. The Tri-Town Trailblazers' Club encourages safe conduct, proper riding, and appreciation of the land we use.
The Tri-Town Trailblazers Membership Year is from July 1st through June 30th. Meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of each month from September thru April at the Alstead Fire Station, Hill Rd, Alstead, NH at 7pm.
We send email reminders about regular meetings and special events. If you do not recieve email notices and would like to, please fill out the "contact us" form at the bottom of this page and include the email address where you would like to receive notices.
The Tri-Town Trailblazers wish to thank all the property owners for their generosity in the use of their land. Please respect the requests of the property owners so we can continue to use their land.
The Tri-Town Trailblazers snowmobile club was formed in 1971......
Some of the original founding members include:
Frank Dustin, Ralph and Georgiana Timpano, Bruce Bellows, Les and Sandy Green, Chauncy Rabtoy, Ray Monty and Davey Knight.
If you have additional historic information about the club that you would like to share here, please use the "Contact Us" form below to send the details. Please include contact information in case we have any questions.
Need Officers ASAP!
At this point in time we are down 3 club officers. We have no president, vice president or secretary. Without a president the club cannot receive grant and aid funding for trail projects and maintenance. If anyone is interested in filling these positions, please contact Tom Smidutz or Scott Gendron
Here is a link to an article published in the NHSA Snow Traveler magazine called "The day the snowmobiles stopped". This article describes what may become of many clubs in the area, including TTT, if more people don't get involved in our organization on a regular basis.
If you click on this link https://issuu.com/nhsa.com/docs/nhsa-250-st_2016_early_winter_sno-t and go to page 6-7 you should find the article. The article in NH Sno-Traveler Early Winter 2016 was a reprint of the original, found here: https://www.sledmass.com/the-day-the-snowmobiles-stopped-randy-toth/
Please use caution on the trails in our area!
If people are planning to ride on the little smount of snow we have, make sure you know it is barely enough to cover rocks and other trail hazards. No grooming can be done until we receive more snow. Also, the wet areas and water holes may not be 100% frozen.
Trail Maps Are In!
We have had many requests for trail maps and thank you all for your patience while we worked through some issues that delayed availability of the maps. If you are interested in having a map sent to you, please mail this payment to the address below:$3 for TTT Club Members (include your club membership number with payment)
$5.50 for Non-Club Members
PO Box 205
Alstead, NH 03602
If you prefer to pick up a map while in our area, you can purchase one from the businesses below or at our monthly meetings (bring your club membership number with you).
The cost is $3 for TTT Club Members and $5 for Non-Club Members
Please call ahead for business hours and directions.
Fall Mountain Small Engine 603 445-2250
Gendron and Fisher Automotive 603 835-2950
The Drewsville General Store 603 445-5120
Thank you for supporting our club!
- Please patronize the So Acworth Community store (on rt. 5) as much as you can!!!!!!! We are having land owner issues in the area and a steady stream of sleds at the store would help our cause. The store is non-profit and community run.
- ATTENTION!!! We have permission from our land owners for a trail across their property, WE DO NOT have permission to ride wherever we want. Just because there is no "Stay in Trail" sign DOES NOT mean you can ride where you want!! STAY IN TRAIL OR STAY HOME!!
- Trail work and brush out can be started, Tom Luck knows where the Trimmer and Chainsaw are.
- There are plans afoot to bury PVC Tubes where they're needed to place sign posts in after the ground is frozen.
- We have a few bridges that need to be re-decked. Please contact Tom Smidutz if you are interested in helping with this project.
Here are some maintenance projects on our to-do list if you have time to help out the club.....
Below are links to other NH snowmobile clubs.
|Blow-Me-Down Snow Riders
166 Route 120, Plainfield, NH 03781
|Old 4 Rod, Gun & Snowmobile Club
PO Box 679, Charlestown, NH 03603
|Hidden Valley Sno-Riders
PO Box 98, Lempster, NH 03605
|Washington Snow Riders
PO Box 401, Washington, NH 03280
|Twin Ridge Mountaineers
PO Box 262, Goshen, NH 03752
|Crescent Lake Region Sno-Riders
PO Box 992, Claremont, NH 03743
|Blue Mountain Snow Dusters, ORC
PO Box 428, Grantham, NH 03753
| Shugah Valley Snow Riders, Inc.
PO Box 944, Claremont, NH 03743
|Lake Sunapee Snowmobile Club
P.O. Box 391, Newbury, NH 03255
|Hooper Hill Hoppers, Inc.
P.O. Box 142, Walpole, NH. 03608
Other snowmobile releated links
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|President||To Be Determined||Please use web form|
|Vice President||To Be Determined||Please use web form|
|Trailmaster / Admin||Tom Smidutz||(603) 835-2163|
|Secretary||To Be Determined||Please use web form|
|Treasurer||Scott Gendron||Please use web form|