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Southern Tug Hill Sno-Riders  snowmobile club incorporated in 1993. The all volunteer club has come along way in the construction and maintenance of trails for the enjoyment and safety of snowmobilers. We have over 80 property owners - we must say “Thank You” every year for the use of their land.


The club started with a 1988 Piston Bully 270 and a 10’ wide homemade drag similar to a Mogul Master. Today, the club has grown to four groomers.

1997    Club purchased a new 10’ wide Mogul Master drag



1998   Club purchased a 1988 yellow Piston Bully 270



1999      Constructed a 70’ long bridge across Mohawk River on trail C4A



2000   Club purchased 5 acres of land on Fish Creek road, West Leyden, NY



2001    Constructed 40’ x 64’ steel sided groomer barn



2002   Purchased 1998 Ford New Holland 110 Sur-Trac and 9’ wide drag



2003   Sold orange Piston Bully 270 & home made drag



                Purchased New Holland 130 Sur-Trac and 9’ wide drag



2004   Sold Yellow Piston Bully 270 & Mogul Master drag



2005   Installed Well and Septic system for groomer barn



2006   Purchased 1999 Ford-New Holland 110 Sur Trac with 9’ wide drag


                  Reopened the trail from Constableville to Neff Road (C7B)


                  Constructed a 40’ x 12’ bridge over Olmstead Creek


 Reopened Apple Mill Trail to Borwick Road near West Leyden which included construction of a new bridge &  many culvert pipes



2007   Rerouted trail from Constableville to Smith road Parking Area



2008   Purchased 6020 New Holland 4x4 with Soucy track system



2009   Purchased used 9’ Mogul Master Drag



2010   Rerouted Evergreen trail from Dolan road to Michigan Mills Parking Lot


2012    Sold our 1998 groomer to Turin Ridge Riders, and added a new 2012 New Holland 140hp groomer​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
2014    Re-routed C-Ville trail, establishment of Annual Seth Wilbert Trail Picnic
2015   Created Seth Wilbert Memorial Scholarship, 1st Annual Golf Outing to support grooming efforts


2015   Replaced two bridges on trail C4B near Stinebrickner Road and Freeman Road
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