Snowmobile Trail Conditions Report

Snowmobile Trail Conditions in The Forks

Snow conditions, trail updates, and snowmobiling videos — from the center of Maine’s 14,000 miles of snowmobile trails in The Forks, Maine. We’ll keep you posted on the 100 or so miles of beautiful trails that we groom right here on our weekly trail reports and via email (sign up below). For details on which trails we groom see The Forks Area Trails Club, where you can also join our local snowmobile club. For a snowmobile trail map and distances from The Forks to some of our favorite Maine towns to visit by trail (Greenville, Jackman, Eustis, Rangeley, Millinocket, …) see: The Forks Area Trails. Check out snowmobile trip reviews and our rides to Moxie Falls, Coburn Mountain, Grand Falls, Bingham Windmills, the B-52 Crash Site… Maine Snowmobiling Videos and Trail Tales.

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Snowmobile Trail Conditions Report: The Forks, Maine March 14, 2019

We received about 4” of snow on Sunday night, and with cooler night time temps the Tuckers have been out regularly. Warm temps are here for a few days, so get out and enjoy some spring temps with mid-winter trail conditions! Should be real good riding for another couple of weeks. We plan to groom regularly right through March, and will have the lodge and restaurant open until April 7th.

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Snowmobile Trail Conditions Report: The Forks, Maine February 28, 2019

6″ from the last mid-week snow storm has freshened up the trails, resulting in another great weekend of riding ahead! Weekly storms have been the story of the season, and it’s not going to be over anytime soon. We have over 4′ of snowpack and some seriously epic trails; it’s about time to hit up some March Midweek Madness riding! Buy one night, get one night FREE lodging at Northern Outdoors: come ride!

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