Black Fly Loop Trails
The Black Fly Loop has the widest variety of trails available in the east. These uncrowded trails wander… [more]
Maine's Black Fly Loop Snowmobile Trail Highlights include: Rangeley Lake: Where the "Snodeo" Winter… [more]
The White Wolf Inn in Stratton, Maine
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Black Fly Loop Snowmobile Trail
The Black Fly Loop has the widest variety of trails available in the east. These uncrowded trails wander through stands of pine, and climb majestic mountains. SnoGoer Magazine and Snowmobile Magazine considers the region to be one of the top forty snowmobiling HOT SPOTS in the United States and Canada (see October 1997 issues).
Spectacular lookouts abound from mountain- tops to glacier valleys, and from lakes to ponds. Picturesque New England towns and villages provide service and amenities for all tastes. You could catch a moose or deer drinking in one of the small streams, so bring your camera and discover the magic places the Black Fly Loop has to offer.
Click here to see our 2013 snowmobile trails map!
Polar Fest: January 31 – February 2, 2013
Polar Blast 2013 will be held in the Villages of Eustis & Stratton, Maine. The Flagstaff Area is a Winter Wonderland surrounded by rugged mountains. Just minutes from Sugarloaf & Saddleback mountains. Snowmobile over 130 miles of groomed trails.
Don't miss: Game Night, The Great Polar Silent Auction, Bonfire - Crazy Cardboard Sled Slide, FIREWORKS, Karaoke Contest, Polar Breakfast, Bake/yard sale, Chili/Chowder/Stew Contest, Arnold Trail Snowmobile Club's RADAR RUN and live music. Fun for the whole family!
You still have time to get your FABA Super Raffle Ticket! Donations are $25.00 and you have a chance to win $500.00 or one of the (9) $25.00 prizes.