Lake-effect snowstorms cover this area in a canvas of white, waiting to capture the traces of your winter adventure.
The Tug Hill region makes for a great white get-a-way on your snowmobile.
If you prefer a quiet ride, visit the northern part of Lewis County. There are many lodging and dining businesses located on or near the trails.
You can reach Lewis County from many trail systems.
While you are in the area, make sure you attend the Cream Cheese Festival in September for fun and games and to taste the largest cheese cake in the world—large enough to feed over 10,000 people. make sure that you visit the American Maple Museum in downtown Croghan to understand the history and see demonstrations of techniques used to produce this syrup.
The next stop on your list should be Constable Hall, located in Constableville, to escape into the 1800s.
While in the area be sure to stop by the visitor’s pavilion to enjoy the picturesque view of these calm giants overlooking lush farmland with the Adirondack Mountains in the distance.
Connections to Redfield, Oswego, Plattsburgh, Old Forge, Tupper Lake, Saranac Lake, the Champlain Valley, and New York and Quebec corridor trails may allow you to travel here entirely by snowmobile.
Combine the persistent wind of Tug Hill and the plentiful lake-effect snow fall, and one can see why Tug Hill has become the focus for the relatively young sport of Snow Kite Skiing (also referred to as Snowkiting).
Standing outside is Lady Le Winda Milkzalot, New York’s largest cow!
Make sure that you have some time to relax at the Tug Hill Vineyards, located on Route 12 just outside of Lowville.