The use of Musher is to be defined as “any person engaging in a dog powered sport, be it with a scooter, kick sled, cross country skis, dog sled, motorized training rig, etc.”
NH Statewide Trails Advisory Committee is aware of the potential for dangers of snowmobiles and dogsleds sharing the same trails all over the state. The committee strongly encourages us to unify, educate and protect ourselves on and off the trails. The NHMA enables us to have a group to voice our concerns, disseminate information to all types of trail users, to educate ourselves, and protect our present privileges.
Everyone is important to this cause. Recreational skijorers and weekend mushers are just as important as professional racers. We all need the support of the NH Statewide Trails Advisory Committee and the use of these trails to pursue a sport we all love.
Please join us in our efforts to make our trails safer for ourselves and our dogs!
Hi All. I recieved a phone call from the nieghbors surrounding Profile Falls. They are complaining about the noise from the dogs. I guess it was rather loud this morning and the barking started very early.
Can some of you start using the parking lot at the other end of 3A to dispurse the noise please. The parking area was expanded last year and is plenty big enough to turn your rigs around and hook up your teams. Also, let’s try not to run dogs to early in the morning. The neighbors would rather wake up to their alarm clocks rather than a bunch of barking dogs. Thank you! - Jennifer Rockett, USACE
Emily at 2015 rig race, photo by: Wes Golomb © 2015 Bear Brook Photography
Brochures now at Rest Areas