Old Forge Snowmobiling

The MOST popular snowmobile trail in New York.

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Southeast of Watertown and northeast of Syracuse, the popular Old Forge area has over 500 miles of snowmobiling in the Adirondack Mountains.

The main trailhead is in the town of Old Forge and the snowmobiling trail network interconnects several surrounding communities including Stillwater, Speculator, Racket Lake, Boonville, Forestport, Thendera, Otter Lake, White Lake, Moose River Plains.

While the Old Forge snowmobile trails officially open in early December, the best snowmobiling is usually in January and February.

When snowmobiling Old Forge, all snowmobiles must have a New York State snowmobile registration unless you are riding on your own private property.

Overall, Old Forge is the 1st most popular snowmobile trail of all 49 snowmobiling rides in New York. Several of the better snowmobile trails are nearby Old Forge including Vanderwhacker Mountain Wild Forest, Lake George, Lake Placid, Hamilton County and Franklin County.


Local Contact(s):  Old Forge Tourism (315) 369-6983; NY Tourism (800) CALL NYS; NY Snowmobile Association (315) 736-8187; Old Forge Sport Tours (315) 369-3796.

Best Season:  Dec. - Mar.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Adirondack Cabin, Old Forge (585) 589-5855

Reference Source:  click here http://visitadirondacks.com/

Article Source:   Best Old Forge Snowmobiling Review https://www.trailsource.com/?type=SNOWMOBILING&id=13541

GPS:  43.7103, -74.9722

Date Published:  1/3/2016

Date Updated:  7/12/2016

ID:  13541

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