Snowmobiling in Maine's Majestic JoMary/Katahdin Region

Maine's finest snowmobile trails!

The JoMary Riders Snowmobile Club maintains over 100 miles of wilderness snowmobile trails with our three commercial-grade diesel powered groomers. Our trail maintenance staff has been recognized by the Maine Snowmobile Association as being "Trail Groomers of the Year."

The Club is located on South Twin Lake, eight miles outside Millinocket, Maine, and at the edge of the KI/JoMary multiple use forest that spans the high country known as Maine's famous 100 Mile Wilderness. The region lies between Mount Katahdin to the north, Moosehead Lake to the west, Sebec Lake to the south and the Penobscot River to the east.

From the parking lot on South Twin Lake one can ride for hundreds of miles through spectacular forests and over mountains without ever passing through populated areas. Nearly all the region's snowmobile trails are on level, wide, gravel roadbeds used by Maine's logging industry. These landowners thankfully allow use of their unplowed roads during the winter months for both our groomed trails and hundreds of miles of "off-trail" riding.

Along the way there are dozens of scenic spots, moose watching opportunities, and off-trail challenges such as riding to the top of Ragged Mountain.

Some of our fantastic groomed trail riding includes:

  • The Katahdin Loop Trail - the Club is directly on the "Loop" which offers a highly scenic ride around the North and South Twin Lakes, Pemadumcook Lake, Millinocket Lake and Elbow Lake. The trail passes by the town of Millinocket, as well as many ponds, streams, ridge tops and scenic views of Mt Katahdin.
  • The Pemadumcook Parkway - a fast and scenic alternate route from South Twin to ITS86, Abol Bridge and Kokadjo.
  • The B Pond Trail - running deep into the 100 Mile Wilderness, and connecting to trails leading to Kokadjo, the historic Katahdin Ironworks and the 110 Connector between Greenville (via Gulf Hagas and the B-52 Crash site) and Brownville. There is even has a side trail to scenic Gauntlet Falls.

JoMary Riders Snowmobile Club's trail system links to several other groomed trail systems to provide riders with an endless variety of routes. Our trails link directly to these destinations: Millinocket; Kokadjo; Ragged Lake; Rockwood; Northeast Carry; Pittston Farm; Greenville; Jackman; Brownville; Schoodic Lake; Abol Bridge; Shin Pond; Chesuncook Village; Baxter State Park; Katahdin Ironworks; Gulf Hagas; and Nahmakanta

Join Us

We welcome you to enjoy our trails, and hope you will join the JoMary Riders Snowmobile Club.

Support Snowmobiling and Fight with Us

We love to snowmobile and are willing to work hard to provide the best riding opportunities possible. But that takes major support from our landowners, our Legislature, and our business community.

Our Club must be heard. The Maine Snowmobile Association (MSA) must be heard. And you must be heard. That's where you come in. Every snowmobiler must make an ongoing effort to be heard - Not just by supporting a club or the MSA. The most effective way to protect your interests is for you to show up at Legislative hearings and industry meetings, writing to your Legislators, and writing to your newspapers.

Can our industry count on your support?

Thanks! See you on the trail.


Our Latest News and Reports

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Trail Grooming Report – February 15, 2017

First tracks on Valentines day!

Just received 24 to 30 inches on Monday. More coming tonight.

Groomed the following trails last night:

  • ITS 109 to ITS 86
  • PP x-over
  • Black Pond
  • 109/111 x-over
  • Ragged Mtn. trail
  • B-Pond
  • ITS 111
  • Downtown connector
  • 109S toward Medway
  • 109/83S x-over

Grooming will continue Wednesday night.

Fresh snow is over the tracks!

Groomers got buried!

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Trail Grooming Report – February 11, 2017

Good to excellent conditions with plenty of SNOW!

Trails groomed last night:

  • ITS 109 to ITS 86
  • Black Pond
  • PP x-over
  • The Parkway w/ scenic loop
  • ITS 111
  • Downtown connector
  • 109S toward Medway
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Trail Grooming Report – February 9, 2017

Trails groomed last night:

  • ITS 109 to ITS 86
  • Black Pond
  • PP x-over
  • B-Pond
  • Russell Point
  • 109/111 x-over
  • Ragged Mtn.
  • ITS 111
  • Downtown connector
  • 109S toward Medway

 

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Trail Grooming Report – February 5, 2017

The following trails were groomed last night:

  • ITS 109 to ITS 86
  • ITS 111
  • The Parkway and the Scenic loop
  • Downtown connector
  • 109S toward Medway

All trails good to excellent shape.

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Trail Grooming Report – January 31, 2017

The following trails were groomed last night:

  • ITS 109 to ITS 86
  • Black Pond
  • PP X-over
  • B-Pond
  • Greenleaf Mtn. / Gaunlet Falls loop
  • ITS 111
  • Ragged Mtn. with trail up to Fire Tower
  • Downtown connector
  • 109S toward Medway

All trails hard and flat. They really packed and set up nice last night.

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Trail Grooming Report – January 29, 2017

The following trails were groomed last night:

  • ITS 111
  • Downtown connector
  • 109 S toward Medway

 

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Trail Grooming Report – January 25, 2017

The following trails were groomed last night:

  • ITS 109 to ITS 86
  • Black Pond trail
  • PP X-over
  • Parkway and the scenic loop
  • ITS 111
  • 109/111 X-over
  • Ragged Mtn. trail
  • 109S toward Medway
  • Downtown connector to the Wiley bridge

All trails have great snow coverage and are in Good to Excellent shape! Should be a great weekend for riding!

 

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Trail Grooming Report – January 26, 2017

The following trails were groomed last night:

  • ITS 109 to ITS 86
  • Black Pond trail
  • PP x-over
  • Parkway and the scenic loop
  • 109/111 x-over
  • Ragged Mtn. trail
  • ITS 111
  • 109S toward Medway
  • Downtown connector to Wiley bridge
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Trail Grooming Report – January 20, 2017

The following trails were groomed last night:

  • ITS 109 to ITS 86
  • Black Pond
  • PP X-over
  • B-Pond
  • ITS 111
  • Downtown trail
  • 109S toward Medway

We also did the Wildwoods trail in Phil Grass’s memory for the Memorial ride this Saturday. The trail was a mess! Just a one time deal for Jo Mary Groomers.

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Trail Grooming Recap – January 18, 2017

Jo Mary grooming activity started in “earnest” during the first week of January and has continued on a regular basis ever since. Here is a recap of our recent runs:

  • On January 16 we groomed: the 111 to Ragged Mtn., the Ragged Mtn. trail, the Fire Tower trail, Parkway Scenic loop, Russell Point trail, and southern portion of the 109.
  • On January 13 we groomed: ITS 109 to ITS 86, Black Pond trail, PP x-over, The Parkway w/Scenic loop, ITS 111, 109/111 x-over, Ragged Mtn. trail, 109S toward Medway, and the Downtown connector to the Wiley Bridge.

All of our trails are in GREAT shape even after the rain/warmth that we had last week. Everything was flat as a pancake prior to the rain and thankfully nobody rode our trails until it got colder. Then we groomed on the 13th to provide plenty of loose cooling/lubrication snow.

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