Maine SNOWMOBILING

On the Trail with Northern Outdoors

 

Maine has 14,000 miles of groomed snowmobile trails and our sled resort sits right at the center. Ride to Moosehead Lake, Eustis, Jackman or tour our nearby snowmobiling destinations: Moxie Falls, Coburn Mountain, Grand Falls. Our trails in The Forks combine mountain views with woodsy curves… and lots of darting deer.

RIDE

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Maine’s best snowmobiling
14,000 miles of groomed ITS Trails
2 Tucker Sno-Cat trail groomers
Waterfalls and mountain views
Scenic snowmobiling destinations

 

REST

Trailside Lodging & Cabins
Outdoor Hot Tub
Local Trail Maps
Sled Rentals
Guided Tours

 

REFUEL

Maine lodge - Northern Outdoors

Kennebec River Brewery

Full Service Restaurant

Park & Ride

Free WiFi

91 Octane Gas

 

Snowmobile Trail Reports

  • Snowmobile Trail Groomer Maine Snowmobiling Season Opens December 26 - Stay tuned for regular trail conditions reports from our groomers and guides. We'll keep you posted with trail photos and ride videos. In the meantime you can see last year's trail reports: snow snow snow! And check out this snowmobiling video of Luke's ride to Moxie Falls.

Trail Updates & Resort Happenings

 

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Snowmobile Tours & Rentals

Come on up to The Forks for some of Maine’s best snowmobiling. We’ll show you trails with waterfalls and mountain views on guided snowmobile tours. Or grab a Maine snowmobile trail map and head out on your own. Maine trails are well-signed, and some of the most scenic snowmobiling destinations are close to our resort.

Day off from the office means a day on the trails for Northern Outdoors staff!

Snowmobiling: Recommended Rides

  • Snowmobiling to Grand Falls on the Dead River - One of Maine's best snowmobiling destinations, Grand Falls spans nearly 100 feet across the Dead River with an imposing 40ft drop. In the heart of winter the waterfall transforms itself into a staircase of crystalline ice flows that is sure to inspire awe in even the most traveled riders. On the snowmobile trail there from Northern’s base lodge, scenic vistas include the Kennebec River, the Dead River, and the uniquely gorgeous Granny-Cap Mountain.

Reviews

 

“We just spent 3 days at Northern Outdoors & I have never seen so much snow in my life!! It was awesome!! We snowmobiled Sunday, Feb. 12 and it was incredible!! Our guide, Greg Caruso, who we have rafted with for many years led us on the trails and it was so fun.”

Best Part of Winter

Your best bet is weekday riding, as Saturdays see a lot more riders than any other day of the week, especially when trail conditions are tops. Plus you can save big on lodging Sunday – Thursday. Here’s to a snowy winter of 2019! Let’s hope we’re sledding into April!

Is it Snowing?

 

Keep your eye on The Forks, Maine with our resort webcam. It’s right out front of the lodge so you can watch sledders unload their snowmobiles and ride out onto the trail. We’ve also got The Forks, Maine weather forecast, and our weekly trail conditions reports.

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