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Snowmobiling in New York offers winter fun all season long.

Across New York, from the legendary Catskill Mountains to the shores of Great Lake Erie, you'll find wide-open trails, cool events and warm welcomes. Winter festivals and snowmobile races add to the fun.

The Adirondacks region boasts more than 800 miles of groomed trails throughout the vast and scenic Adirondack Park. From Speculator and Long Lake to Old Forge, known as the Snowmobile Capital of the East for over 50 years, the snowmobile is king. Each winter, designated village streets become part of the trails check for signs. Wild forested routes on the vast Tug Hill Plateau are covered with 200 to 300 inches of lake-effect snow every year. With New York snowmobiling trails all over the state, there's plenty of room for adventure. On February 2 - 5, 2018, out-of-state and Canadian visitors can register a snowmobile free (normally $100). For information on registering an out-of-state snowmobile during non-promotional times, visit the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles. For more information on snowmobiling in New York, visit the New York State Snowmobile Association. If you're already a devoted rider, and want to share this thrilling sport with your friends, head to one of several Take a Friend Snowmobiling events all over New York State this winter.

Snowmobiling in New York