Start your adventure here in the Adirondack mountains. You will find the
snowmobiling top of the line. The trails are cut deep through the
Adirondack backcountry, and run hundreds of miles for your riding
Experience the wind in your face, the rush of adrenaline as you discover
and explore this vast wilderness region of the Adirondacks. Bleecker
is a winter playground for those seeking the road less traveled.
Consider a weekend getaway or a snowmobile adventure in the
Gateway of the Adirondack Park. Your hosts are located along the
Fulton and Hamilton County boarder. We reside atop Bleecker
Mountain, with the main access trail at doorstep.
Ride for a few hours or ride for days.
From Fulton County you can access the 750 miles of trails in Hamilton
County which adjoin to Franklin and the St. Lawrence Counties. From
Bleecker area you are also able to access the southern central region
and enter Herkimer County that continues into Warren and Saratoga
Counties. You have all accesses here for the route you wish to explore
When you seek snowmobile destinations, you are searching for:
TRAIL ACCESS - Is located at your doorstep
or unique treehouse rental
RESTAURANTS - A few in the backcountry, but consider cooking in
your unique accommodation or allow your hosts
the pleasure of preparing your meals.
AMPLE PARKING - We have the room to accommodate your
vehicles, trailers, and sleds when you are here.
parking needs. The parking location that originally ran
along Caroga Lake has now been cut off.
After arriving in Caroga Lake from the South you will see a right hand turn
for Bleecker (right in front of the old Jammer". Take that right and follow
straight, when the road bears right (County Hwy 112), go straight instead.
SNOW: - Bleecker receives approximately 200" of snowfall per year.
We usually receive a dusting every evening.
We do have a snowmobiling community. A repair center is located in
Caroga Lake. The Bleecker Snow Rovers are the area Snowmobiling
If you're looking to take a break from the trails, consider ice fishing,
a do nothing day.
Safety tips during your extreme snowmobiling adventure:
Don't snowmobile alone in frigid weather or in an unknown wilderness area.
Carry a first-aid kit, compass, map, matches, emergency blanket, tool kit,
rope, and extra ignition key.
Dress in warm clothing, secured so that it won't tangle in your equipment.
Keep headlights and tail lights on at all times.
Stay on marked trails or, where allowed, on the right shoulder of the road.
Be alert for fences, tree stumps and stretched wire that may be concealed
Do not snowmobile on waters where the ice is not at least a solid six inches
Never leave a snowmobile running while unattended.
Always keep your machine in top mechanical condition.
Back to Basics currently does NOT have snowmobile rentals available,
we are looking for someone in the surrounding area that is able to provide
sled rentals for your pleasure.