If you don’t see a lot of snow where you live, chances are you don’t realize how big of a sport snowmobiling is. Like jet skiing but on land, snowmobiling is basically just plowing a big, motorized sled through snow -- whether a designated trail exists or not. It’s not hard to get the hang of, and in some parts of the country (lookin’ at you, Maine), it’s actually a primary form of transportation. I once rode through a town where there were only gas stations meant for snowmobiles. If you want a winter trip that doesn’t include wiping out on skis or hiding in a warm cabin, or even if you’re a seasoned snowmobile professional looking for your next fix, these eight snow-covered spots rife with rentals are just waiting for you to make some tracks this season.