Where can you snowmobile in Maine?

Top Snowmobiling Loops and Destinations in Maine Nearby snowmobiling destinations include Coburn Mountain (Maine’s highest groomed trail), Grand Falls, Mooshead Lake, the Bingham Wind Farm, and a whole lot of scenic views of Maine’s mountains, lakes and rivers.

How much snow do you need to snowmobile?

You need approximately six inches of snow to snowmobile. There are some lighter snowmobiles you can use on less than six inches, but the heavier models usually need six inches at a minimum. Most people will snowmobile in much more snow than this, but it is crucial to have a starting point and a baseline.

When can you start snowmobiling in Maine?

Snowmobiling in Maine When experienced snowmobilers are ready to go sledding, they know Maine is the best place in New England with snow! Our northern most location is ideal for those Maine snow flurries that start as early as October and often provide great snowmobile conditions until late April.

What to do in Maine when snowmobiling?

Fill up your tank, stop for lunch, or enjoy a club event run by volunteers who maintain the trail system. Numerous outfitters, sporting camps and resorts offer complete rentals, from helmets and sleds to services and fuel.

When is the snowmobile show in Augusta Maine?

The Annual Fall Snowmobile Show will be held October 22nd-24th, 2021 at the Augusta Civic Center. Vendors have made commitments and the MSA office is busy with all the little details that make it a great show. Right now we’re optimistic that the covid-19 redux will be worked out by then…

Where are the All Seasons Snowmobile Clubs located?

All Seasons Trail Riders of Chelsea – Chelsea, ME Alna Snowmobile Club – Alna, ME Appleton Trail Makers – Searmont, ME Ashland Snowmobile Club – Ashland, ME Back Country Snowmobilers – Burlington, ME Backwoods Bouncers – Somerville, ME Bald Mtn. Snowriders (Dedham) – Holden, ME Baldwin Beltburners – East Baldwin, ME ( Club Site)

What is the purpose of a snowmobile club?

To educate its members and the general public in the principles of safety in the use of snowmobiles. To act as a liaison between snowmobile clubs, landowners and the state agencies who are assisting or promoting the sport of snowmobiling.