And it's that matter of law enforcement that McCulley would like to see more of.
"We need to see law enforcement out on the trails," he said. "It's just like when you're driving down the Northway - you're not even speeding, but as soon as you see a state trooper car, you hit the brakes. It just reminds people to stop the aggressive driving and realize that there's more to it than just them on the trail system."
According to McCulley - who's logged between 300 and 400 miles this year - area snowmobile trails are in great condition. He and others have groomed the railroad bed in Lake Placid a few times, and Mother Nature has done her part.
"The trails are in good shape and improving every day," he said. "The trail system is really shaping up nice; it's been phenomenal."