Allagash the Last Frontier (Cont.) in Pohènègamook. Then the sky is the limit with destinations like Rimouski, Rivière-du-Loup and the Gaspè. Before heading to this must-see spot in the world, please check out the “Know Before You Go” post on Moosetown Riders’ Facebook page for all of the necessary information. We include fundraiser events on the page like our Fishing Derby, Trailside Meal, Pig Roast or our Hunter’s Breakfast. Moosetown Riders appreciates the support of our local businesses from lodging to restaurants and more. You won’t regret adding Forget-Me-Not Diner to your list of “sled for food” stops. They are located in St. Francis on our neigh bor club’s trail system. We also love when you stop at the 92/120 intersection (known by the locals as Pelletier Brook Bridge) and use either the scenic flowing brook or our Sponsorship Banner as a back drop for your photos and then share them with us on FB! Don’t forget to go down into Connor’s Cove on Glazier Lake off of the ITS 92 beyond Allagash and then continue along Beau Lake to enjoy the long and straight trails to Estcourt. Who says it has to be all about the ride? Why not plan a snowshoe, cross¬country ski, winter hot tent stay or a great stay at all of the fantastic lodg ing options so that you can view the starry, winter night sky. From Allagash you can enjoy a week’s worth of day trips to Eagle Lake to St. Francis and back. Or, from Allagash to Eagle Lake to Soldier Pond to Sinclair to St. Agatha then to Frenchville through Fort Kent and back. Or, from Allagash through Debouille to Portage mobile Club. The Sno Angels have a clubhouse overlooking the St. John River and are open to the public from October to March. They serve a hot meal on Saturday evenings. The Eagle Lake Winter Riders connect with Allagash on the 120 Connector in the beautiful Deboulie area near Red River Camps. They groom from there to ITS 85. The 85 North will take riders to Eagle Lake, Wallagrass and Fort Kent. South on ITS 85 will lead riders to Portage Lake. Moosetown Riders welcome you to an exciting winter won derland. ITS 92 and 120 connector has 94 miles of groom trails through glistening scen ery. Have breakfast/lunch at Two Rivers Lunch. Pass through the wonderful Allagash community, stop and take pictures of the multiple deer wintering at several locations. Con tinue onwards on ITS 92

west towards Glacier lake, Beau lake and off to Escourt Station. Cross into Poheganamook, Quebec, Canada. Get fuel and enjoy the Canadian trails and discover the Quebecois cuisine and culture. Or ride east towards the Debouille Mountain area, into St Francis Maine continues towards Fort, Kent or Eagle Lake. Moosetown Riders trail system and conditions are second to none. New for the winter of 2024 Wicked North Outdoors LLC will be offering Guided snowmobile, BackCountry and Trail riding tours. Check out their website for lodging, pictures and guided tour packages. Bring your sled, warm gear and a desire for a wonderful time spent in the North Maine Woods. Novice, inter mediate and advanced riders will know that they will be riding the pristine part of snowmobiling backcountry. For those who prefer

to Stockholm to Fort Kent and back. Any weekday ride can include heading out of your fantastic Allagash lodging to Quebec and then into New Brunswick and re-enter the US at the Port of Entry in Fort Kent and back to Allagash. The saying in Allagash is “if you get here we’ll take care of you”. So, what are you wait ing for? We’re ready! Check out the MTR Facebook page for trail reports, trip planning and clothing.

to trail ride our guides are more than will ing to offer the best snowmobiling experi ence, possible, visiting places, such as Horse Mountain in Portage.

There are lodging options in Allagash but some riders prefer to travel to Allagash for a day trip. Our Moosetown Riders do a great job maintaining our trail system but we are grateful for the surrounding clubs and their efforts. The St.Francis Sno Angels meet our trail system on ITS 92 near Chamberlain’s Market in St. Francis. From there, they head East on ITS92 to St. John, ME and connect with The Fort Kent Snow

Debouille Mountain in St Francis as well as Escourt Station into Quebec. There are many cabins available for lodging. How ever, if you are looking to spend just a day, we also have a Park and Ride along our trail system located behind the Little Black

Checkpoint. This parking lot can fill up fast due to the fact that All agash usually has snow the earli est, and some years last until the beginning of April. You will also find an information board at this location with hours of operation for the Canadian border as well as gas and food locations.



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