Some of the world's best snowmobiling is right here in Vermont. Since 1967, Vermont has maintained a network of more than 5,000 miles of winter snowmobile trails. This system, maintained by clubs throughout the state, is renowned around the world for its pristine conditions and jaw-dropping scenery. With a well-marked trail system linking towns together, readable maps and easy access to amenities, Vermont makes it easy to enjoy this exhilarating winter sport. There are plenty of places to stop along the way for fuel, rest, craft beverages and one-of-a-kind local meals.
VAST maintains trails and is the go-to resource for Vermont snowmobiling. Find what you need to get your sled on the trail for a safe and fun trip!
In order to ride on Vermont trails, you first need to become a VAST member. Here's how you do it.
Vermont is a place where it's good when everything goes downhill. Some say it's the terrain, others, the snowmaking; Vermont is a serious skiing and riding state. The apres is as good as the ski; winter offers beautiful views and a myriad of outdoor activities off mountain – think snowshoeing, ice fishing and world-class performances.
What to Do During a Vermont Winter
For non-skiers or –riders, Vermont offers the chance to enjoy a classic New England winter. Here are a few suggestions about where to stay and what to do.
What to Do
Vermont’s downtowns are home to unique shopping, history and art in beautiful surroundings. Plan your trip with our directory.
Free Vermont Vacation Guide
Also available online, the Vermont Vacation Guide is filled with insider info to steer your Vermont visit in the right direction.
SNOWMOBILING IN VERMONT
Take it from Vermont Association of Snow Travelers – Vermont's snowmobiling is where it's at. Take in the beauty of the season from your sled on over 5,000 miles of well-groomed and marked trails.