Mainers do not camp out on winter couches, with a bowl of cheese O’s in one hand, the remote television changer in the other hand. They get outside every chance they get.
And in the winter if not playing pond hockey on a clear spot on a nearby lake or ice arena, or down hill skiing on little hills, big hills, they often snowsled. Maybe a little trail ride on Maine’s 13,000 mile network to just put to a sled club or local diner for something to eat. Or taking a 300 mile trip, a loop where you see Maine deer, moose and other wildlife. Not to mention the beauty of Mt Katahdin, a roaring river, a rolling field or windy woods trail along the way.
This winter, see Maine a whole new way. Going place you can not get by car or jeep. In the heart of Maine. From Kittery to Fort Kent Maine, see it on a snowsled. More than 280 Maine snowsled clubs groom, maintain the unique state trail system, each doing there part. Called everything from a snow machine, snowsled, snowmobile to skidoo, they are words to describe, spell out and promise Maine winter fun. Come explore, discover some of the best sled trails in Northern American in Maine.