Look at breathtaking views of quiet vistas and vast, untamed lands while enjoying the ride in the hub of western Maine snowmobiling. Referred to as the “Switzerland of Maine” by many, the extensive woodlands, fields, and streams in the area offer such a variety of outdoor activities that you could do something different every day.

Let’s stick with the snowmobiling for now, though, since the awesome trails are still holding on for some fun riding. Gear up and head north towards the border, or journey on over towards Rockwood on wide open groomed trails. Explore the beautiful countryside and share the fun of the sport with others. Just use caution with warmer weather and keep an eye out for water formations. For a current report on the snowmobile trails, check out our website trail report at http://www.jackmanmaine.org/maine-snowmobile-trail-report.php.

Remember your camera to capture those spectacular views and memorable moments! You may catch a glimpse of wildlife, like a rare bird, moose, deer, or even a black bear peeking out of its den for a breath of fresh air. If you have children with you, give them a checklist so they can keep track of all that they see.

If you arrive back at your lodging early, build a snowman or, if you have lots of energy, a fort with the kids. The fun is in the experience! Some accommodations offer sleds or saucers for downhill excitement, so don’t forget to ask. And remember, these adventures are the memories that last forever.

Spring riding 2018 THE JMRRCOC BLOG