Fast Facts

  • Duration: 2 days, 3 nights
  • Provided gear: helmet and gas
  • Check-in time for the first night is 3 p.m.
  • Meals, taxes, and gratuity are not included in the price.

Adirondack Adventure Overnight Trip Itinerary

Two full days of snowmobiling with a guide.
Three nights of lodging, including a one-night stay at the Norridgewock Lodge.

Day one: Settle in and spend the first night at the White Lake Lodges.

Day two: Meet up at our tour/rental office in Woodgate, where the adventure begins. Ride through White Lake, Otter Lake, and on to the Old Forge trail systems. We make stops along the way at Else’s Lookout and Pete’s Peak for some great views of the Fulton Chain. Spend the night in the wilderness at the Norridgewock Lodge in Beaver River, which is only accessible by snowmobile.

Day three: Wake up to a hearty breakfast at the lodge. Then we’re off again to explore the trails. Cross the Stillwater reservoir and travel toward through Brantingham on the way to tour the Tug Hill Plateau. Tour through Glenfield, Turin, Boonville, and back to Woodgate, where you spend the night at the White Lake Lodges.

Day four: Check out – spend time visiting other area attractions on your own.

We make numerous stops along the way to warm up and eat some hearty meals at local favorite trailside restaurants. The tour is approximately 100 miles per day, depending on the group.

All prices are based on double occupancy. Prices are per person for single snowmobiles and per couple for two people riding on one touring snowmobile.

Meet Your Guides

Jeff, Guide

Jeff is licensed by NYS DEC as an Outdoor Guide and has over 30 years of riding experience. He holds certifications in Snowmobile Safety, First Aid/CPR, Water Safety, Wildland Search Skills, and Land Navigation. Jeff is eager to show you all the “best-kept secrets” only accessible by snowmobile. His favorite part about being a tour guide is seeing his guests enjoy themselves for the first time on a snowmobile!

Jared, Assistant Guide

Jared is a winter enthusiast. When not snowmobiling, he enjoys skiing and makes the terrain park home. He holds a certification in Snowmobile Safety and has been riding since the age of 5. During the off-season, he travels all over the east coast racing BMX in the expert class.

Necessary Gear

Please bring gear for the snow, including:

  • Hats/headgear (balaclava)
  • Gloves — must cover wrists
  • Wool socks (preferred)
  • Winter boots
  • Snowpants
  • Heavy winter jacket
  • Optional: sunscreen (snow is reflective)

Safety is our priority. We don’t take anyone out who is not prepared to be out in winter conditions. We can provide gear if need be, or rent you a whole gear package for $25.