Adirondacks Tug Hill Plateau
Adirondacks Tug Hill Plateau is the mother of all Adirondack snowmobiling destinations offering wide-open trails, and lots of them. Located in the western Adirondacks, the Tughill Plateau offers an off-the-well-sledded-path snowmobiling experience. Hundreds of miles of groomed trails, as well as restaurants and Adirondack lodges, that cater specifically to the sledding community, make the Plateau a perfect snowmobiling destination. The 200-300" of annual snowfall doesn't hurt either. And bonus, you can connect to snowmobile trail networks in Canada and across New York State.
Lake George Region
The Lake George Region offers a variety of snowmobile sledding experiences with more than 200 miles of trails. Take a guided tour through Prospect Mountain, or check out the Thurman Trail system, a network of nearly 80 miles of trails that wind through the Adirondack Foothills. Though many of the trails cross private land, access is granted to snowmobilers.
Adirondack Seaway Region
The Adirondack Seaway in St. Lawrence County offers one of the most extensive trail networks in the Adirondacks, offering access to more than 500 miles of snowmobile trails traversing Cranberry Lake, South Colton, and the Brasher State Forest. Connect to larger Adirondack trail systems and find lodging, gas, and food along the way.
Saranac Lake Region
Saranac Lake is crisscrossed with hundreds of miles of well-maintained trails. The close-knit local community of outdoor enthusiasts turns snowmobiling into a social adventure that spans miles and borders.
The Adirondack Coast hosts SnoCross each January. For two days, see the best snowmobilers in the industry fly, flip, and soar through the air - then hit the trails and sled along the frozen shores of Lake Champlain.
Adirondack Experience Region
The Adirondack Experience region is home to the Moose River Plains' backcountry trails, which can be accessed via two state-operated entrance gates. Representing the largest block of remote Adirondack public land that is accessible by snowmobile, the Plains are located off State Route 28 in the town of Inlet, NY. Inlet is also home to professionally groomed snowmobile trails that connect to hundreds of miles of surrounding community trails.
Schroon Lake Region
The Schroon Lake Region in the eastern Adirondacks features groomed snowmobiling trails that wind along the lake and dart into the forest. Enjoy close proximity to Lake Placid area attractions.
Tupper Lake Region
In Tupper Lake, miles of scenic, well-groomed trails follow the New York Central Line (C7). They connect to neighboring trail networks while staying close to amenities, making the perfect area for snowmobile enthusiasts.
Malone provides a scenic and convenient atmosphere for a cruise with friends, with many shops open where snowmobilers can gear up, and miles of backcountry trails. Located near the Canadian border, Malone offers a vast interconnected system of snowmobile trails, as well as sled and stay packages for overnight guests.