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 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 camera and discover the magic places the Black Fly Loop has to offer. For information about trail highlights click here. To view our photo gallery click here. Special thanks to Kenny Wing for the many beautiful photographs featured in our gallery! If you or someone you know has a photo to contribute to our photo gallery we’d love to post it! Please e-mail your photos (digital only) along with a short description to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will try to post new photos each month!
Please click here to see an enlarged version of the Black Fly Loop Trail Map. Printed Maps can be purchased for $4.00 at area businesses. The map is intended to show major trails. Current information, side trails, and local “must sees” will be found on club maps. These maps are also fundraisers for the clubs, with money going to support the trails.