Lebanon Trail Riders

Web: http://home.comcast.net/~petem_515/index.html


Club President
Wade Worster – [email protected]
Days 207-676-5558
Nights 207-793-4567

Vice President
Roger Michaud – [email protected]

Milt Olsen – [email protected]

Trail Master
Chris Webber – [email protected]

Secretary & Membership Chairwoman
Mary Michaud – [email protected]

Pete Michaud – [email protected]

Snail mail
Lebanon Trail Riders PO Box 33 Lebanon Maine 04027


The Lebanon Trail Riders Snowmobile Club was started in 2001. The Club is part of the Maine Snowmobile Association. The club has been working hard on extending and improving the trail system that the club maintains. The club now has 4 groomers that are used to keep the trail in as good a shape as possible with the amount of snow we have. The trail system now covers 30 miles of trails. Part of the trails are on the Power Lines in Lebanon, ME. The club had to obtain legal permits from the CMP power company to use this section as part of the trail system. The rest of the trails are on private landowners’ land, which the club receives yearly permits to be able to use. You can access the trail from Northeast Pond (1 of the Milton 3 Ponds) on the Maine side, across from MI-TE-JO campground. This will take you down to the power lines trail. From the Power Lines trail you can gain access to ITS 89 or the Sanford, ME trail system. Also from the power lines you can get over to Route 202 in Lebanon beside Trains Quick Stop, where you can obtain gas and food. At this point there is also a parking lot where you can park and unload your sleds and access the trail system from there.