Located in New York, the snowmobiling in Buffalo is known for four scenic snowmobiling routes. The best Buffalo snowmobiling based on popularity are considered to be Allegany State Park, Letchworth State Park, Niagara County, and Erie County. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Buffalo snowmobiling trail below.
South of Buffalo and Ellicottville near Salamanca in Cattaraugus County, the 65,000 acre Allegheny State Park has 61 miles of groomed snowmobiling rolling around the surrounding hills through hardwood forests on closed forest roads and trails. When snowmobiling the Allegany State Park, all snowmobiles must have a New York State snowmobile registration unless you are riding on your own private property.
Southeast of Buffalo and northeast of Portageville in Wyoming County, the Letchworth State Park has 70 miles of trails with various uses including snowmobile riding. The snowmobiling trails in Letchworth State Park pass through lush forest along the Genessee River gorge and pass three major waterfalls.
Northeast of Buffalo, the Niagara County area has diverse snowmobiling routes linking the towns of Niagara, Wheatfield, Sanborn, Pekin, Lewiston, Cambria, and Ransomville. Most of the snowmobile trails are on private property so make sure to be careful and respectful. The Niagara County snowmobile trails are groomed by the Shawnee Sno-Chiefs Snowmobile Club.
South of Buffalo, there is an extensive snowmobile trail network stretching across western New York. The snowmobiling trailhead is located south-southwest of Buffalo.