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Old 10-28-2008, 02:02 PM   #1
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Default Getting to Pittsburg by Snowmobile

I was wondering if anybody has ever tried to make it to Pittsburg (by snowmobile), starting from the Lake Winni area. I would like to try it but I am hoping for some guidance before I attempt it! Any tips and suggestions would be great.

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Old 10-29-2008, 06:49 AM   #2
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I know people who have got there from farther south, so I know it is possible. I do know it is a long ride, roughly 8+ hours IIRC. I will try to follow up with them and get the route they took.
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yes you can . ive been doing it every year . 4 times from paugus bay last winter. take the rr bed in laconia /meredith . north pass through plymouth
stay north all the way to lincoln. 55 miles of rr bed to lincoln. then you will
pass through franciona to twin mountain. from twin mountain to colebrook
to pisstburg. apx 175 miles . we go up that side west on nh. come back east side erroll to twin mtn to berlin/goram. to conway to osspiee . to wolfeboro. it a great ride we stay over night then come back next day plenty of gas
and food all the way up.
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Sounds like a great ride, hopefully the lake freezes earlier this year and we get plenty of snow. Got to get my sleds running.
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