Snowmobiling must adapt to climate change

Snowmobilers enter the warming-hut parking lot at Deer Mountain Campground. 

NORTH COUNTRY – Snowmobiling will have to adapt to the impacts of climate change, using new technologies and land management techniques to remain a mainstay of New Hampshire's economy according to a recent white paper on the issue. The paper said two recent winters illustrate the importance of snowmobiling to the state's economy and the fragility of the sport in the face of changing winter conditions.



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