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2020 - 2021 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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March 2nd:  With the hard freeze last night and a little more snow to go along with the predicted cool weather the rest of this week, we are re-opening the trails on the hill only, effective immediately.  The trails down the hill remain closed.  Do not ride S77 or C7n from Decker Rd. to Richmondville, and do not ride C7c down toward Worchester.  We had very high winds last night so be careful since there may be some trees down.

There are no Conservation Club events currently scheduled due to Covid19. (you may want to remove the link to last years schedule.

We have constructed another new bridge.  It is on trail S77 near the Mickle Hollow Road crossing.  The trail has been re-routed over the Phelan farm and no longer uses the driveway. (Also please replace the current picture with this new one)

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


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.

Landowners Brochure

  • Landowners are the foundation of the statewide snowmobile trail system. Landowners can find valuable information regarding their protection under the New York State General Obligations law with our landowner information brochure












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