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Check out somewhere new to ride in one of our ten GETAWAY GUIDES!

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Our new detailed getaway guides feature ten counties from Western NY, to Tug Hill, to Old Forge and places in between. Guides include local riders writing about their favorite trails. Use them to plan your perfect weekend getaway trip or vacation.

We have over 11,000 miles of funded and local trails in New York. Explore somewhere new this year! Each guide has suggested trails to ride, helpful information specific to that County provided by the Tourism agencies, recommended lodging, and trailhead/parking/club information.

We know that snowmobilers love to ride new places, shown by the large number of routes planned on our interactive map and imported into your smartphone apps and GPS receivers. With this knowledge in hand, we now offer these resources to encourage your continued exploration of trails less traveled here in New York, home to over 11,000 miles of interconnected trails.

Download the ten destination guides featured below, and share photos and videos of your experience with us on Facebook. We’ll share them on our YouTube Channel: we all love living (and riding) vicariously through you!

St Lawrence County

St Lawrence County

St. Lawrence County boasts over 700 miles of meticulously groomed trails and some of the best riding in New York State. And talk about connections! The east end of the county trail system connects to Franklin County, the Akwesasne Casino, and Canada. The west end of the county connects to Lewis County and Tug Hill, while the southern end of the county connects to Hamilton County and Old Forge. There is no such thing as “you can’t get there from here” in St. Lawrence County. Learn more here...

Oneida County

Oneida County

With over 540 miles of groomed trails, it is no wonder that Oneida County has the largest number of snowmobile club members in the state. The geographic diversity of Oneida County adds to the reason why riding here is so popular. It is located in the central portion of New York State, east of Syracuse, and west of Albany. Oneida Lake is on the northwestern corner of the county, and the Adirondack Park is on the northeast. Part of the Tug Hill Plateau is in the northern part of the county. Learn more here...

Delaware County

Delaware County

The Great Western Catskills has long been an outdoor sports and adventure destination! With our lush valleys, crystal-clear waters and dramatic high peaks, Delaware County offers visitors amazing views with equally incredible experiences. With over 350 miles of snowmobile trails across varied terrains, riders will enjoy well-roomed and uncrowded trails and experience spectacular vistas around every bend in the trail. Learn more here...

Chautauqua County

Chautauqua County

Located in the southwestern corner of New York State between Buffalo, New York and Erie, Pennsylvania, Chautauqua County has grown in popularity over the years with snowmobilers. Boasting an average snowfall of over 235 inches, with easy access from Buffalo, PA and Ohio via 1-86 and I-90, passionate riders course the 450 plus miles of trails with great enthusiasm. They love the variety of experiences available, riding down logging roads, across farm fields, abandoned railroad beds and through heavily wooded trails well maintained by 28 Class A groomers. Learn more here...

Orleans County

Orleans County

Orleans County is located 30 miles east of Niagara Falls and 22 miles west of Rochester, NY on the shores of Lake Ontario and consists of 817 square miles. We’re served by Exits 48 and 48A of the NYS Thruway (I-90). Routes 104 and 31 run east and west through the county to Niagara Falls and Canada’s Queen Elizabeth Way. Orleans County can also be traveled via the Seaway Trail, our National Scenic Byway, along the Lake Ontario State Parkway and State Route 18. Learn more here...

Hamilton County

Hamilton County

Hamilton County’s central location makes us the hub of Adirondack snowmobiling. Snowfall averaging 100-200 inches per winter and higher elevation gives us a snowmobiling season that lasts from December through much of March. Our trails range from tight woods pathways to seasonal road networks like Perkins Clearing and Moose River Plains. Learn more here...

Franklin County

Franklin County

Franklin County is one of the northernmost counties in New York state and adjoins Clinton County to the east as well as St. Lawrence County to the west and south, making a number of extended snowmobile trips possible throughout the region. Learn more here...

Oswego County

Oswego County

With over 380 miles of meticulously groomed snowmobile trails maintained by over ten snowmobile clubs, in areas which often boast over 400 inches of snow, it is easy to understand why Oswego County is considered by many to be the “Snowmobile Mecca of the East!” Learn more here...

Old Forge Region

Old Forge Region

Considered for years to be “The Snowmobile Capital of the East”, Old Forge area trails are groomed twice daily by paid groomers in order to ensure that riders young and old experience the best riding possible. Generations of families have grown up snowmobiling in Old Forge, often purchasing season-long permits at a discount before the season begins in order to save money. Learn more here...

Lewis County

Lewis County

With an annual average of over 25 ft. of snowfall per year (over 25 ft., to be exact), Tug Hill is widely regarded as the perfect place to hit the trails on your snowmobile. Northern Lewis County is more suited for quiet rides. There are a variety of lodging options and restaurants located on or near the trails throughout Lewis County. It serves as the gateway to other trails in New York and Canada: connect to Oswego, Plattsburgh, Old Forge, Tupper Lake, Saranac Lake, and the Champlain Valley to name a few. Learn more here...