Multi Use Trail to be Constructed between Tupper Lake and Lake Placid
Albany, New York –The New York State Snowmobile Association (NYSSA) today applauded the joint actions of the Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos and the Department of Transportation
The 5 Towns who make up the Upper Hudson Recreational Hub have issued the following press release and map. NYSSA will be tracking this issue and contacting our members to support the Towns in this effort.
At the 2016 NYSSA Annual Meeting new officers were elected after the delegates voted in an amendment to the bylaws establishing two year terms for all officers. President Rosanne Warner and Secretary Erin Pittsley were elected to two year terms.
This year’s NYSSA Award winners were announced at the 2016 SLEDNY Educational Forum, held in Lake Placid, NY on April 29 and 30. The Award luncheon was attended by so many attendees, the event had to be moved from the
NYSSA is pleased to announce the winners of the NYSSA 7th Annual Vintage Sled Show, which took place at the SLEDNY Educaitonal Forum on Saturday, April 30 in Lake Placid, NY. the show was held in the 1932 Jack Shea
The winners of the 2016 Super Raffle were drawn Saturday night, April 30, by John Russell of the Onondaga County Snowmobile Association. The drawing was televised live to the SLEDNY Educational Forum dinner banquet in Lake Placid. A preliminary list
ALBANY, NY – The Cuomo Administration announces additional investments to boost tourism in Upstate New York including enhanced funding for snowmobile trails throughout the state as it touts the success of the Third Annual Adirondack Challenge.
Recently the Adirondack Park Agency approved a set of amendments to the Adirondack Master Plan. While the changes are modest at best, this is really big news. It demonstrates that the current APA Board is willing to look at changes