Nearly 130 miles of joint-use state forest roads and 16 miles of trails are open to snowmobiles when conditions permit. The district staff keeps the snowmobile trails groomed and packed to give riders an enjoyable experience. Parking is somewhat limited but several lots have recently been developed or improved. The trailhead along World’s End Road provides ample parking and direct access to many points of interest including High Knob Overlook and Loyalsock Canyon Vista. Most state forest roads are open for joint use by snowmobiles
and licensed motor vehicles. Any road to be legally
open for snowmobiling will be posted with the appropriate
signs. Any snowmobile road (joint use) may be closed
at any time to snowmobiles by the district forester. When
there are other conflicting uses, such roads will be posted
as “Closed to Snowmobiles.” Snowmobiling is prohibited
on any road or trail not designated for use—including
posted and marked ski trails.
Operators must use extreme care, particularly on curves
where oncoming traffic is not visible.