Welcome to the


Spring 2011

Trails Closed in Spring to Horses & Mountain Bikes for mud season


Any organized rides of 10 or more horses or mountain bikes
Must contact Hollis Trails Committee for approval of trails to be used.

Sherry Wyskiel 886-1014 or email

Parking at Silver Lake for organized rides Must contact NH DRED
for Approval - Charity Rides or Large groups




What is the Hollis Trails Committee?

The Hollis Trails Committee is a group of dedicated volunteers who preserve, map and maintain the trails of Hollis. We work with developers to create and preserve connecting trails so the continuous trail system of Hollis is here for future generations to enjoy.

How is the Hollis Trails Committee Funded?

We are all volunteers who maintain, create and map Hollis trails. We have a small budget for trails maintenance. Thanks to the generosity of the Hollis Nor'Easters Snow Mobile Club, who donate material for Bridges and Trail Upgrades we can continue to improve the trail system for all users. The Nor' Easters put in countless hours doing trail work and without their support our trail system would not be the safe well maintained system it currently is.



This site contains information on Scenes from the trails, current trail Maps ,and Members of the Trails Committee .




Trail Use Guide

No motorized wheeled vehicles are permitted on any
Hollis Town Forest or Conservation Land Trails.
This means NO ATVs, ORVs or Dirt Bikes!

No Camping or Fires of any kind.

No Littering.

Dogs must be leashed or
under the owner's control at all times!

Please Keep Aggressive Dogs at home.

Please stay on marked trails!




Go directly to these web pages:

Home Scenes Maps Members


Check out these related Web Sites:

Nor'Easters NH Rail Trails & Bike Paths

Send any comments, questions, and suggestions regarding the content of these pages to:
Hollis Trails Committee
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