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Welcome to Summit Sno-Riders!

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About Us!

2018 - 2019 Season

Nestled in the hilltops between the Catskills and the Adirondacks, Summit offers the highest elevations in Schoharie County. Our elevation, roughly 2400 feet, combined with our extensive trail system gives us some of the best snowmobiling in New York. Come and see us!

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February 4th:  As of this morning, trails are closed due to the warm weather.

Remember, you can go to our trail  map page and expand the map to see what trails are open and learn other details.

There will be logging activities near our trails on state land this season.  To see location maps click here logging 1 logging 2.

Proceed with caution in these areas. Due to logging the trail between S75 and S73A south of Sawyer Hollow Rd. will be temporarily closed.   Hopefully we will be able to reopen it in a couple of weeks. Also, in the Lutheranville Forest area the trail between Mud Lake Road and Spruce Lake road is closed due to logging."

The web cam is up and running again! Thanks for your patience.

We are pleased to announce a new parking area is available.  It is located off Dow Street near the Cobleskill reservoir just south of Mineral Springs road.  It provides easy access to trail S77.  See picture below.

During Snow Season: Call our snow phone at (518)-287-1818 for up-to-the minute trail conditions.

Summit Sno Riders Inc.
PO Box 40
Summit, NY 12175


2016 Maps are now available!

Maps may be purchased for $5 at the following locations.

The Conservation club, through the club membership application,

or from the interactive trail map website located on the Trails page.

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Summit Conservation Club Calendar 2018 Click Here