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PHOTOS FROM OUR TRAIL SYSTEM

ITS 82 winds its way through Rumford starting in Andover and heading east into Mexico.  The trail is fairly wide and is groomed with the Tucker and a nine foot wide drag. There are some wonderful mountain vistas along this trail as well as tranquil wooded sections.  The following photographs were taken from ITS 82.  (Click on the photos to enlarge.)

View of Whitecap &

Black Mt. of Maine

The back side of Black Mountain

Whitecap Mountain

 

Mt. Washington

in the distance


Trail 12 branches off from ITS 82 and travels in a southerly direction through Rumford toward Bethel.  Varied terrain, from wooded hillsides to open fields, make this an interesting trail to travel.  Below are photographs taken along Trail 12.  (Click on the photos to enlarge.)
 
 

Photo by Doreen Arsenault


Another major trail in our system is Trail 17 which starts at ITS 82, heads south and connects with Trail 12.  Most of this trail is through wooded, mountainous terrain, with a beautiful view just before it joins Trail 12.  (Click on the photos to enlarge.)

 

 

Casey's hot dog stand onTrail 17


Below are some photos along other trails in the Rumford Polar Bears Trail System.  (Click on the photos to enlarge.)

Scottie's Hill on the

High School Trail

Red Hill Trail View

View from the

Burgess Hill Trail

Along Red Hill Trail

Horseshoe Valley from

Swain Pond Trail


 

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Rumford Polar Bears Snowmobile Club
President - Ron E. Russell
Treasurer - Bob Stickney
Vice President - John Blais
Secretary - Louise Stickney
Trail Masters - Tom Reed & Gene Knox

Email: info@snowmobilerumford.com
Phone: (207) 364-3848
Meeting Location: Sam's Restaurant
Time: 7:00pm
Date: 2nd & 4th Thursday of the month, September through April
2nd Thursday of the month, May through August

 

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