St. Lawrence County
Snowmobile Association

SLCSA  •  PO Box 421  •  Canton NY 13617  •  315 265-0898

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Riding in St. Lawrence County

Little Blue Mountain in St Lawrence CountySituated at the top of the state, the county shares a 75 mile border with Canada along the mighty St. Lawrence River, the two countries connected by two major international bridges. There is also another option crossing the border at Dundee Quebec by land right into Ft Covington in Franklin County and follow our C7E trail into the beautiful Brasher State Forest for a day of riding thru scenic forest lands and end your day with an overnight at the Akwesasne Casino which is right on the trail system. If an overnight is not in your plans the casino will gladly check your snowmobile suit and helmets while you are there.

Heading south from the river valley, through open farm fields, rolling hills and snow-covered pines, you climb into the pristine Adirondack Mountain wilderness. No county has more to offer in terrain, scenery or destinations than St. Lawrence.

Main Adirondack corridors connect to both the north and southeast corners of the county. You do not want to miss southern St Lawrence County nestled in the foothills of the Adirondacks. The four C’s Cranberry, Clare, Colton and Childwold are at the heart of the County's trail system and some of the most spectacular trails and scenery. The riders will experience easy passage on our corridor trails of wide logging roads. These trails are crisscrossed by numerous secondary trails meandering thru scenic wooded areas. Don’t miss our most sensational vista from Little Blue Mountain shown on our trail map. From here you can see the panoramic mountain view of Big Tupper and Whiteface. Plan your winter getaway, from the banks of the St. Lawrence River to the Foothills of the Adirondacks.

View our county trail map where you will find easy access to trails, parking, food, gas and lodging thru the small hamlets along our trail system.