What's up! It's Handstand Dan here again.
I got some pretty epic spots in the good ol' US of A for snowmobiling that I wanted to show ya while it's still cold out, so let's get to it!
6. Priest Lake, Idaho
When it comes to this stunning location, one resort tops the rest; Elkins. Some of the mountains here reach 7,000 feet, with trails within walking distance of the cabins.
To top it off, many of these trails lead to the center of town, giving you easy access to hang with some locals and catch killer views.
5. Old Forge, New York State
4. Seeley Lake, Montana
What's super cool about this spot is that there's a local non-profit group of Snowmobilers called the Driftriders. They keep the trails clean & safe as well as help visitors become accustomed to the area.
It's easy to see why, the trails here are so breathtaking that it would be a cardinal sin to not treat them with care & attention.
3. The Black Hills, South Dakota
2. Katahdin Region of Maine
The Katahdin Region's trails have a combined run of over 400 miles. Snowmobiling is really the only sport than can endure a trails that vast, and it's become so ingrained into the culture of the locals that local businesses even offer parking just for snowmobiles.
With the name of "Maine's Wilderness Jewel", this is a stop that is personally on top of my list.
1. Mount Snow, Vermont
This one is especially cool because it has plenty of trails & options for the little legends in your family.
Featuring guided tours, different trails for different levels, and land rovers that take you deep into the forest, this spot is excellent for whether you're a beginner or expert.
Author / Inversion Enthusiast / Yoga Instructor / Wildman
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