Rangeley Lakes Snowmobiling

The 4th most popular snowmobile trail in Maine.

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This region in the western mountains of Maine has many logging roads and winter recreation trails. The more popular snowmobile routes at Rangeley Lakes include: Rangeley Lake Loop (26 mi.), City Pond Loop (10 mi.), Quimby/Dodge Pond Loop (10 mi.), Bald Mountain Loop (10 mi.), and Beaver Mountain Loop (20 mi.).

For snowmobiling near the Rangeley Lakes and the rest of state, all riders, resident and non-resident alike, must register their snowmobiles in Maine to ride in Maine. Most of the registration money goes to the Snowmobile Trail Fund of the Department of Conservation. Registration information is available at (207) 287-2043. After registration, make sure to read the Maine Snowmobile Law Book. Note: it is illegal to ride ATVs on designated snowmobile trails.

Overall, Rangeley Lakes is the 4th most popular snowmobile trail of all 25 snowmobiling rides in Maine.


Local Contact(s):  Rangeley Lake State Park (207) 864-3858; Rangeley Tourism (207) 864-5364 or (800) MT-LAKES; Maine Tourism (800) 533-9595; Maine Backcountry Excursions (207) 625-8189.

Best Season:  Jan. - Mar.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Saddleback Motor Inn (877) 275-3363

Luxury Loding:  Pleasant Street Inn, Rangeley (207) 864-5916

Breakfast Restaurant:  Four Seasons Cafe, Oquossoc

Reference Source:  click here http://www.rangeleysnowmobile.com/

Article Source:   Best Rangeley Lakes Snowmobiling Review https://www.trailsource.com/?type=SNOWMOBILING&id=13775

GPS:  44.9669, -70.6486

Date Published:  12/30/2015

Date Updated:  1/20/2017

ID:  13775

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