Snowmobiling is one of the most exciting ways to experience the great outdoors and America’s Snow Belt this winter. You can gain a new perspective and develop a new appreciation for nature. With over 25,000 miles of groomed and marked snowmobile trails in North America, snowmobiling is a great way for individuals to view areas that are otherwise inaccessible during cold winter months. Check out these great destinations for snowmobiling.
Eagle River, Wisconsin – Considered the Snowmobile Capital of the World! Snowmobiling originated in Wisconsin, where today you can find more than 25,000 groomed snowmobile trails for the beginner or more experienced driver. Local snowmobile associations care for the pristine trails that reach every corner of the state. Reserve your snowmobile rentals today and don’t miss the 50th Anniversary Eagle River Derby, Jan. 17-20, 2013.
Newberry, Michigan – The Moose Capital of Michigan, Newberry welcomes visitors to experience its 200+ miles of lake effect snow trails. Spectacular scenery provided by the state and national forests will surround you while touring on your snowmobile rentals. A spot you won’t want to miss is the crystallized shoreline at Whitefish Point. In addition, the Western Upper Peninsula in Michigan has been voted year after year as the top destination for snowmobiling in the US.
Freedom, New Hampshire – Freedom, New Hampshire is a stunning example of the endless locations for trail access throughout the state. Each year during the winter season, the Town of Freedom holds various festivals, fairs and winter carnivals. Freedom is situated through the states large network of more than 6,000 miles of snowmobile trails as well as unique geographical features that offer lake snowmobiling. A unique and challenging adventure! The Town of Freedom also offers many food establishments, hotel accommodations and RV rental areas.
Québec, Canada – Québec is one of the world’s premier snowmobiling destinations. Marked trails in the Côte-de-Beaupré area pass through extraordinary landscapes that combine the magic of glistening snow with the charms of the frozen St. Lawrence River below.
Wyoming’s Continental Divide Snowmobile Trail (CDST) – The number one snowmobile trail in the west. This favorite western riding spot was voted number one in 2009, by the readers of SnoWest Magazine. This is also the fourth time that this Wyoming trail has been placed in the #1 spot in 13 years. With its spectacular views, this trail is a must-do this winter.
There is no doubt that whether you choose a challenging adventure that’s beyond what you’ve normally tried in snowmobiling or if you dedicate one of your vacation weeks this year to snowmobiling in a new locale, or simply head out to your favorite local snowmobile trail, get out there and enjoy your favorite spots; both near and far. Tis the Season for a Little Snowmobiling!