Located in the US, the snowmobiling in Pennsylvania offers over twenty awesome snowmobile riding trails. The best Pennsylvania snowmobiling based on popularity are considered to be Allegheny National Forest, Thornhurst Snowmobile Trail, Bald Eagle State Forest - North Division, Black Moshannon Snowmobile Trail, and Armenia Snowmobile Trail. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Pennsylvania snowmobiling trail below.
Near Wellsboro, the Armenia Snowmobile Trail sytem lies within the Tioga State Forest. Overall, the forest has 175 miles of snowmobile routes.
South of St. Marys, the orange-blazed Black Moshannon Snowmobile Trail is a great snowmobile route. This snowmobiling route is within the Moshannon State Forest, which overall has 168 miles of snowmobile routes.
Near McConnellsburg, the Buchanan State Forest has 80 miles of snowmobile trails. There are three areas: Broad Mountain, Martin Hill and Sideling Hill.
Southeast of St. Marys, the Parker Dam State Park has all kinds of terrain to explore for snowmobiling. While snowmobiling Parker Dam State Park, all snowmobiles must have a valid registration with the Pennsylvania Department Of Conservation And Natural Resources.
South of St. Marys, the Elk State Forest has plenty of snowmobile trails. One of the better trailheads is at the District Office in Emporium.
Near Slate Run, the Tiadaghton State Forest has 15 miles of snowmobile trails, and over 200 miles of snowmobile routes. The most popular snowmobiling trailhead is Cloudy Pike.
Near Renovo, the Sproul State Forest has 35 miles of snowmobile trails and over 200 miles of designated routes. One of the most popular areas is Hyner Mountain.
Southeast of Pittsburgh near Ohiopyle on Sugarloaf Mountain, the 19,000 acre Ohiopyle State park has 13.2 miles of rocky, hilly snowmobile riding in the Sugarloaf snowmobile area. While snowmobiling Ohiopyle State Park, all snowmobiles must have a valid registration with the Pennsylvania Department Of Conservation And Natural Resources.