20 mile Snowmobiling Adventure in the beautiful Adirondacks

Just a short drive from Saranac Lake, this Family Owned and Operated adventure destination is a great way to get out and explore the winter woods without the trudge!

The Ride

The tour starts and ends in beautiful farm fields. This is where the guide ensures you’re comfortable in controlling and operating the snowmobile. Then you’ll head out on old logging roads, state snowmobile trails, and heavily wooded trails. Along the route, you encounter breathtaking sights that showcase the beauty of the Adirondack winter landscape. About halfway through the tour, you make a stop at a scenic spot in the forest which is a great photo opportunity. This allows the opportunity to soak in the serenity of the surroundings and bond with friends and fellow snowmobilers. After the brief stop, you’ll head back out on the trails and finish at the farm.

We offer an hour and a half tour. Not too short, not too long. We’ve found that this time is ideal for families and still gives plenty of time for photos and breaks. This is approximately 20 miles of riding.

The Fleet

We will be adding 2024 Ski Doo Expeditions to the fleet!

The Expedition couples agile, precise handling with industry-leading utility features such as standard tow hitch, plentiful cargo capacity, a blend of utility and comfort-focused suspensions, and updated, efficient Rotax engines. “ski-doo.com

Ski-doo Touring are also a favorite snowmobile of ours.  These trusted, well maintained snowmobiles were designed for winter travel over a snowy terrain.  These classic snowmobiles have a nostalgic charm and hold a place in history of winter sports and exploration.

We like to keep the rides personable and promote a family adventure. If you have a large family or group and need more snowmobiles, we are happy to cater to the large group. If the tour consists of mixed groups, we prefer to keep a limit of 8 snowmobiles per tour.


The Rules

Must be 18 to drive a snowmobile.

Must have a valid drivers license or permit.