Northeast Trail System Snowmobiling
The 17th most popular snowmobile trail in North Dakota.
Friday 12 August 2016 04:43 GMT
The Northeast Trail System, known as the Pembina Gorge Trail, is located in the northeast corner of the state. This snowmobile trail system is the largest and longest in the state system with over 700 miles of groomed trails. The Gorge itself is a must see natural phenomenon. This system ties into the Canadian trail at 4 major points and it also ties into two major Minnesota trails. This snowmobile trail offers miles of riding and usually has very good snow. Some of the small towns you will encounter while riding this system include Wales, Hannah, Maida, Mt. Carmel, Langdon, Nekoma, Fairdale, Adams, Milton, Osnabrock, Edinburg, Olga, Walhalla, Hanks Corner, LeRoy, Neche, Bathgate, Backoo, Cavalier, and Pembina. This trail also ties into the Red River System and the Lake Region trail system.
Overall, Northeast Trail System is the 17th most popular snowmobile trail of all 17 snowmobiling rides in North Dakota.