Manufacturers responded to these concerns by building more efficient, less polluting machines with less engine noise, so that snowmobilers can share the woods with skiers, snowshoers, and other winter sports fans.
Snowmobiling riding areas developed throughout the snow belt regions of the United States and Canada, especially in the areas that due to their terrain, could not offer skiing as an option. Obtaining information on where to snowmobile is simple. Most snowmobilers belong to local clubs who are members of state and provincial associations that can put you in touch with the local clubs that are familiar with the trail system and riding area you wish to visit. There are over 3,000 snowmobile clubs in North America.
In addition to extensive trail systems and riding areas there are trail heads (beginning of the trail) where you can start your journey. Launch your adventure by towing your snowmobile to the trail head, park your vehicle, unload your snowmobiles, and then you can begin your ride to enjoy the wonders of winter on groomed and marked trails.
Check to see if your ski area offers snowmobile trails as part of their winter sports offerings.