The information contained on this map has been provided by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, local government sponsors, the New York State Snowmobile Association, county snowmobile associations, and local snowmobile clubs. It is intended to be a reference guide only and shall not constitute a representation or warranty of the suitablility or condition of any trail for snowmobiling. Snowmobilers assume all responsibility and risks for their own safety when snowmobiling on any trail. No guarantee is made to the accuracy of this map. Trail locations do change. Users should use caution, particularly in unfamiliar terrain, and confirm the existence of trails in advance. Because of changing weather conditions, trails may be covered with blowing or drifting snow and landmarks may be covered or obscured. Trail markings or signs may get knocked down or covered with snow. Users should not rely on any one navigational aide or device. Maps may assist riders in unfamiliar terrain, but they are no substitute for safety and common sense. The Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, the printer, and all others who provided information for this map assume no liability for the reliance upon or use of this map for any purpose.
Note: An updated High Snow map will be available after the receipt of new high snow data.
This data file can be used using free software from Google Earth. Save the .kmz file to your computer's hard drive, and open it with Google Earth to view the trails. You can zoom in, and get information such as the county name, name of the club that maintains each trail segment, trail type (corridor or secondary) and even the class of the trail.