St. Lawrence County
Snowmobile Association

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

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Trail Conditions

St Lawrence County Snowmobile Trail Conditions Region Map

Seaway ValleySt Lawrence County Snowmobile Trail Conditions Region

Madrid Grasse River Groomers

December 26, 2017

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Adirondack FoothillsSt Lawrence County Snowmobile Trail Conditions Region

Edwards Snowmobile Club

December 26, 2017

North Lawrence

December 26, 2017

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Adirondack ParkSt Lawrence County Snowmobile Trail Conditions Region

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Live Web Camera Links for Trail Conditions

  1. Wanakena

  2. "New Sevey’s Point" 

  3. "New Rabideau's Mahogany Ridge Bar and Grill"

  4. "New Pine Cone"

  5.  Childwold Snowpackers and Thirsty Moose 

  6. Coming Soon "Cedar Lodge "

  7. Old Forge & Stillwater Site (10 Live Cams)  

  8. Tupper Lake

  9. “NY Trail Condition Blog”


Special Notes:

It is important to note that we never recommend riding on lakes or ponds. Lakes and Ponds are not part of our snowmobile trail system.

Throughout the trail, please use caution and watch for exposed rocks, icy corners, brush and current logging activity.

Be respectful of Groomers. Stop, pull over and go slow if passing.  Give the groomer the right of way. The operators are all volunteers who donate their time so you can have good trails.

For food gas and lodging locations, see Business section on Website and Map.

Snowmobile Trails are open December 15 or when we have at least 12 inches of snow thru April 1.

Thank you for riding our trails. Ride Safe and See you on the Trail!

Terms & Definitions for Trail Report:

Excellent- Smooth Trails you don’t want to miss!

Good- Could be Bumps or Moguls in the corners only. Straight-aways are good.

Fair- Bumps or Moguls in the corners and some straight-always. Grooming may be limited by temperatures and snow conditions.

Marginal- Minimum coverage of snow and maybe bare spots. Due to warm temperatures or snow conditions we are unable to groom.

Trails Closed- Trails are closed at this time due to no base coverage. We need about 12 inches of fresh snow to create a 3-inch base to open the trails. Latest conditions will be posted here as well as through our email alerts. Please stay off the trails until you see a message on our website or facebook page that they have opened.

Corridor Trails are typically groomed at least 3 times a week. Secondary Trails are groomed 2 times a week.

We are working on giving an accurate grooming and trail condition report. The Trail Condition terms and definitions that we will use in our reports should help with an accurate common understanding of trail conditions. The purpose of the report is to help snowmobilers make decisions about their trips and to ensure their safety. The report will be expanded as sources provide accurate information.