Welcome to Sled Tug Hill, your #1 authority for all of your snowmobile adventures. Sled Tug Hill's dedicated reporters are the catalyst for making it New York's #1 Snowmobile Forum. Sled Tug Hill reporters actively ride the trails of Tug Hill. These men and women dedicate their time so that the snowmobiling community is accurately informed of the current trail and snow conditions for their next ride. Sled Tug Hill also reports on and promotes all local snowmobile club activities.
Sled Tug Hill also provides the latest news related to snowmobiling and snowmobile technology on our Sled Tug Hill TV. Every Wednesday at 8:00 PM, Sled Tug Hill TV steams live trail reports, news and special guest interviews. Sled Tug Hill continues to grow and last winter season, Sled Tug Hill TV recorded over 550,000 visits. Sled Tug Hill Forum also provides live webcam, live weather radar, current weather reports, and extended weather forecasts.
Due to "lake effect" storms, Tug Hill Plateau is famous for heavy winter snowfall. The Town of Montague, NY, located in the northwest corner of "The Hill", holds the "World Record of Snow in 24 Hours" of 77 inches on January 11 - 12, 1997. The annual average snowfall in Montague is 235 inches and is typical for most of Tug Hill Plateau. Tug Hill Plateau also receives the heaviest snowfall in the eastern United States.
The Tug Hill Plateau is located west of the Adirondack Mountains, south of Watertown, east of Lake Ontario and north of Oneida Lake and encompasses 150,000 acres with 1000 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. The experiential quality for snowmobiling is unmatched in the eastern United States. Plan you next trip to "The Hill" and join our forum today!
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