The opportunities to experience a Pure Michigan snow day are endless, but with more than 200,000 registered snowmobiles in the state, according to the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association, and some of the top-ranked trails in the nation, a day on the sled is a perfect way to explore the winter scenery. Michigan’s Upper Peninsula snow belt averages an annual snowfall of 203.6 inches. With more than 6,500 groomed snowmobile trails that stretch from the Keweenaw Peninsula all the way down to Michigan’s southern border, there is ample opportunity for a snowmobile adventure. Along the way you can speed along on groomed trails, through deep forests and stop in snowmobile-friendly communities for a hot meal and good company. This is the Midwest’s must-visit area for off-trail riding and backcountry fun!