Martin Hill Snowmobile Trail

The 14th most popular snowmobile trail in Pennsylvania.

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Near McConnellsburg, the Buchanan State Forest has 80 miles of snowmobile trails. There are three areas: Broad Mountain, Martin Hill and Sideling Hill.

To reach the southern snowmobiling trailhead for Martin Hill Snowmobile Trail (west of Chaneyville) from the intersection of T 341 and SR 326, head northwest on SR 326 for .5 mile. Take a left (west) on T 341 and travel .2 mile. Take a left (south) onto SSR 3007and go .7 mile. Turn right (west) onto SSR 3005 and travel 1.85 miles. Turn right (north) onto Martin Hill Rd. Park about .2 mile up on the left.

While snowmobiling Martin Hill Snowmobile Trail, all snowmobiles must have a valid registration with the Pennsylvania Department Of Conservation And Natural Resources. The registration can be obtained from the PA DOC directly or through one of 1,000 dealers in the state. For more details on snowmobile registration for snowmobiling at the Martin Hill Snowmobile Trail, you can call the PA DOC at (866) 545-2476.

Overall, Martin Hill Snowmobile Trail is the 14th most popular snowmobile trail of all 24 snowmobiling rides in Pennsylvania. Several of the better snowmobile trails are nearby Martin Hill Snowmobile Trail including Broad Mountain Snowmobile Trail and Sideling Hill Snowmobile Trail.

Martin Hill Snowmobile Trail Snowmobiling Map



Local Contact(s):  Buchanan State Forest snowmobiling (717) 485-3148; PA Visitor Info. (800) VISIT-PA.

Best Season:  Jan - Feb

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  39.8142, -78.5369

Date Published:  12/24/2015

Date Updated:  7/26/2016

ID:  13208

Martin Hill Snowmobile Trail Snowmobiling Map


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