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Black Fly Loop
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AMAZING ADVENTURE
Welcome to the Black Fly Loop!
Like the hub of a great wheel, the Black Fly Loop circles the heart of Franklin County, connecting the spokes that comprise the more than 300 miles of well groomed mountain trails. These trails reach north through Eustis, Jackman and The Forks, west to Rangeley, Oquossoc and New  Hampshire, east to Carrabassett Valley, Kingfield, and North New Portland, and south to Farmington, Wilton and Weld.

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 40 snowmobiling HOT SPOTS in the United States and Canada (see October 1997 issues).

Spectacular lookouts abound from mountaintops 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 cameras and discover the magic places the Black Fly Loop has to offer.
“What a fantastic area to ride!”

Local Weather
Helpful Links
Maine Laws
Link to access all Maine State Laws for lawful snowmobile use.
Snowmobile Saftey
Land use
Participation in an snowmobile education course will teach how to properly operate and maintain an snowmobile.
Maine has a unique history of public access to private land. Over the past 200 years, landowners, residents, and visitors have forged a tradition of neighborliness and shared access that you won't find anywhere else in the nation. (Click for info)
Registration
Region Commerce
This link allows you to register your snowmobile for resident renewal and all non-resident registrations.
Maine Guides
Need a Maine Guide? Floow this link to the Maine Professional Guides Assoc. and find a guide local to your area!

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Area Trail Views
Participating Clubs