The NH Snowmobile trails are famous. The New Hampshire Snowmobile season begins mid December and extends through February. The snowmobile trail conditions vary due to weather, particularly snowfall amounts. Feature your snowmobile business, share photos or reviews. Contact us.
Evergreen Motel - White Mountain Motel, US Route 2, 537 Presidential Hwy., Jefferson, NH 03583 Ph: 888-586-4449.
The Evergreen Motel is located directly across the street from Santa's Village, surrounded by splendid views of the Presidential Range. We are down the road from Mt. Washington and it's many hiking trails. We are minutes away from three major ski areas and golf courses. Attention Snowmobilers! Sled from your room to corridor #5 - The Pipeline. Sled storage also available. Call or visit us at for our special lodging rates and packages.
The New Hampshire Snowmobiling Season brings a unique opportunity to view some of the states awesome beauty. The snowmobiling enthusiast will love New Hampshire, for here the snowmobiler can enjoy breathtaking vistas, clean country air, superb snowmobile trails and some outstanding New England hospitality and lodging options.
New Hampshire has more than 6,800 miles of groomed snowmobile trails, a remarkable snowmobile trail system that is one of the best in the world. The N.H. snowmobile trails are groomed by local snowmobile clubs, members of the New Hampshire Snowmobile Association (NHSA). NHSA is a non-profit association that maintains New Hampshire's trail network with many groomers working statewide.
New Hampshire is where snowmobiling got its start. 1913, a Ford dealer in New Hampshire named Virgil White invented a track and a ski unit conversion for a Ford Model T. Mr. White called vehicle a "snowmobile". The invention was purported to simultaneously invented in Waterville, Maine - unbeknownst to either man.