Because of Maine’s excellent winter sport climate, we have some of the best, world-class snowmobiling, and the trails and clubs to match. Snowmobiling has become a distinct and enjoyed part of Maine culture, and The Maine Highlands is a huge part of that. With over 1,000 miles of well groomed trail and more than a dozen Maine Snowmobile Association recognized clubs there is more than enough space to play. We invite any snowmobile enthusiast to visit and appreciate out expansive trails, and for the novice snowmobiler there are plenty of places within The Maine Highlands to rent a sled.

While snowmobiling is a fun, family oriented activity, it’s important to remember that there is a great amount of responsibility that goes with it. Ninety-five percent of Maine’s snowmobile trails are on private landowners’ property, and it’s important to respect their land. It’s also important to remember that safety is always first, and to ride responsibly.

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