Snowmobile Club Official Web Site
The club was founded in 1994 and now has over 700 memberships, each consisting of one or more persons. We have various member-only Social activities, such as Snowmobiling picnics and parties.
NWTSC members devote many hours preparing and maintaining the 80+ miles of groomed trail. The trail system winds through the picturesque New York Adirondack Mountains just north of Lake George in Warren County, and connects Brant Lake, Chestertown, Pottersville, and Warrensburg.
Grooming and maintaining our trails is a community service provided at no charge nor are permits required.
Membership dues help pay the cost of keeping the trails open and groomed. Become a Trailblazer and meet other outdoor sport fans just click on the application link.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Railroad right-of-way spanning the entire length from North River in Warren County to Saratoga Springs is an active Railroad. There is and will be increased train traffic year round in the Railroad right-of -way. Entry on the Railroad right-of-way without the express permission of the Railroad operator is strictly prohibited. Travel by foot, vehicle or snowmobile on or near the Railroad Right-of-way is strictly prohibited. Do not park any vehicle, including a snowmobile, on or near the Railroad right-of-way or on or near any Railroad crossing, whether public or private.
Meeting and Work Day Schedule
Saturday, December 20th – Work Day 8:30am @ Clubhouse
Sunday, December 21st – Work Day 8:30am @ Clubhouse
Saturday, January 3rd – Snowmobile Safety Course – details to follow
Sunday, January 11th – Snowball Prep Meeting
Saturday, January 17th – Snowball at the Clubhouse
Tom Hill – 518-745-1519
Jack Latchford – 518-494-8026
Lee Flammer – 518-494-5792
Board of Directors:
Web Site Coordinator:
Phone: (518) 494-5210
Eric (Big Cat)Thatcher