Tug Hill 10 Challenge

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Join the Tug Hill 10 Challenge

Tug Hill 10 Challenge
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Walk, Hike, Bike, Snowshoe, or Paddle...

The Tug Hill 10 Challenge

Join our trail challenge and explore the many, diverse landscapes and wildlife habitats in Tug Hill.

Document (with photos) or just list for us 10 trails from the Tug Hill Recreation Guide that you visit. Then fill out our Challenge form.

We'll send you our Challenge Patch or Decal, your choice, to congratulate you on meeting the achievement!

Also, upload photos documenting your experience:

  • Nature shots
  • Wildlife you've spotted
  • Fun times with your family or pet
Tug Hill 10 Challenge

Would you like to see additional trails developed?

You can create more opportunities for trails like these by donating to Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust. Any amount makes a positive difference.

Hit the Trails

With 29 Trail Maps and a lot of local community information read the Tug Hill Recreation Guide 

Introducing: new trails maps compatible with mobile devices

The Avenza Maps® app uses your mobile device’s built-in GPS, track your location, plot locations and photos, measure distance and area, and more.

Tug Hill is Wild – Be Prepared

While Tug Hill is not wilderness in a strict sense, its densely forested terrain can become confusing even to the most seasoned hiker and cross-country skier.

There are considerations you should keep in mind to make your trip safe and enjoyable. Make sure to tell someone where you are going and when you will be back. Cell phone coverage is limited, especially in the core area.

Make sure you have the proper clothing, maintained equipment, and emergency and first-aid supplies. The weather in the Tug Hill region can be very unpredictable, especially with lake-effect storms in the winter. The area is wet in the spring and summer, consideration should be given for mosquitos, deer flies, ticks and other pests.


How to Social Distance on the Trails

Responsible, respectful, local recreation outdoors is a healthy way to stay active, spend time with immediate household and family members and friends, and reduce stress and anxiety when practicing social distancing.

Stay close to home. Keep visits short. Avoid high-traffic destinations.

Avoid crowds and groups. Recreate only with members of your immediate household. Keep a distance of 6 feet or more from others. Alert others as you're about to pass or step aside to let people pass. Wear a mask when you cannot maintain social distancing.

Move quickly through parking lots, trailheads, and scenic areas. If crowded, choose a different park, trail, or time to visit.

If you're not feeling well, stay home. Anyone  with a compromised immune system should postpone their visit.



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