Snow fall varies great between areas and years with averages ranging from 2 feet to 38 feet of snow. Weather conditions, storms and trail grooming play a big factor in planning a trip. New York States offers 8,000 plus miles of trails (DEC). Trail permits maybe required & trail guides can be very helpful. Snowmobile rentals are also a possible consideration. Snowmobiles offer access to unique forest areas, landscape views and other winter sights! After picking your area of interest, one can get area trail details at the lodging locations when booking your snow excursion!
Adirondacks Tug Hill Snowmobile Rentals & Lodging
NY State Snowmobile Trail Web App Map
|Historic Sites in NYS
Historic sites along Lake Champlain in New York Sate predate the American Revolution. The lake shores in the town of Essex, is home to one of the state's best preserved historic villages with 100 plus structures built between 1790 and 1860. Other sites include the preserved ruins of French Fort St. Fredric (1734), British Fort Crown Point (1759) at the Crown Point State Historic Site, Fort Ticonderoga, Fort William Henry at Lake George, Adirondack Museum overlooking Blue Mountain Lake, and the Adirondack "Great Camps" are just a few site to consider exploring.