Easy access trails

If you like snowmobiling, you'll love the trails in the Adirondack Hub. Located between Lake George and the Adirondack High Peaks, snowmobilers can find thousands of miles of scenic trails that connect the historic hamlets of the region.

The area is perfectly situated to be a basecamp for a wide array of snowmobiling adventures. There’s a mix of groomed and un-groomed trails to follow, and since many of them connect to each other, riders can create their own loops. Stay out for an afternoon, or take several days to hop from town to town. Whatever you choose, you’ll enjoy seeing the beauty of the Adirondacks in winter — quiet forests, ice-covered lakes, and snowy mountains all await. And if you decide to stay, you’ll find options for lodging, dining, gassing up, getting repairs, and buying or renting gear. 

Learn about the new trail from Indian Lake to Newcomb as described in our blog "Don't Hit the Trail Hungry."

New York snowmobile clubs are another great way to find safety tips and updated trail information. For more information, contact the Schroon Lake - North Hudson Snowmobile Club

Snowmobile App

To better help you plan your trips, download the Adirondacks, USA Snowmobile App. With an interactive map and all the information you need to know to navigate snowy trails and find gas stations, stores, restaurants, and lodging properties, this app is your "one-stop shop" for all things snowmobile! Download today on the App Store or get it on Google Play.

Leave No Trace and Love Your ADK

The magic of the Adirondacks is the result of previous generations taking a long view and protecting the mountains, lakes, and rivers within the Blue Line. That tradition continues today as we support and encourage everyone to practice Leave No Trace ethics, which help protect the lands and waters of the Adirondacks.

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Cheney Pond Rd, Minerva
Long, straight trail through the heart of the Hoffman Notch Wilderness. Borders Minerva Stream, heads north to Cheney Pond along Lester Flow, then ends at Blue Ridge Road. Also known as the Irishtown Snowmobile Trail. Ungroomed, backcountry, trail...
Fourteenth Rd and Route 28N, Minerva
This abandoned road is approximately six miles to the end. The cable gate marks the end of state land, and is your signal to turn around. Also known as Deer Creek Trail. From Route 28N turn west onto Fourteenth Road at Minerva's 4-way intersection...
Route 28N, Minerva
How to get there Take Exit 29 off of Interstate 87 and follow Boreas Road west toward Newcomb. Continue to Route 28N, take a left and head toward Minerva. Continue for just under 10.5 miles to the trailhead on the left. Trail Description From the...
Schroon Lake & North Hudson Snowmobile Association