Jan 16, 2007 — Snowmobile riders have complained for years that their trail network in the north country is fragile. It depends on a patchwork of agreements with local and state governments, as well as dozens of private landowners. In the northern Adirondacks, a snowmobile club is feuding with hunters over a trail that crosses land leased by the Cranberry Lake Fish & Game Club. Sledders with the Cranberry Lake Mountaineers have used the route for years to reach the lake, but it was closed this season following a dispute over money. Opposing club members Bill White and Tom Morley spoke about the simmering disagreement between the Fish & Game Club and the Mountaineers Snowmobile Club.