If you feel like exploring in the morning and leisurely trail riding through the woods in the evening, Pennsylvania is a good bet. The state's forests and parks offer thousands of miles and acres of snowmobiling fun. We know you'll enjoy the picturesque trails through the woods, clear straight runs and open fields of white.
Check out the 513,000-acre Allegheny National Forest, where you'll find interconnecting trails along with some great scenery and accommodations. Trails open here in mid-December.
North central Pennsylvania is a great area to visit, with Coudersport/Potato City being a prime spot to jump on the trails. South of Coudersport is Low Lands Trail in Potter County.
Trails usually open the day after the last day of regular or extended rifle deer season and close April 1. Sled registration fees are required if the traveler's home state does not have reciprocity and are $20 for two years. Trail permits are not generally used except in northeast Pennsylvania. Helpful Sites
Pa. State Snowmobile Association: www.pasnow.org
Pa. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources: www.dcnr.state.pa.us/FORESTRY/snowmobile
Visit Pa.: www.visitpa.com