Snowmobiling & Snowshoeing Vermont’s Winter Wonderland
Cruising the Real Back Roads: Snowmobiling Vermont’s Winter Wonderland
For more than 30 years, Vermont has been opening the doors to winter's wonders with a remarkable 5,000 mile
snowmobile trail system. All it takes to snowmobile in Vermont is a trail pass available at a local snowmobile club
and a valid state registration. Visitors can also rent a snowmobile and take a guided tour from one of a dozen operators around Vermont.
The Vermont Association of Snow Travelers (VAST) maintains the trail system with 120 groomers working statewide for smooth riding.
Plus, when you hit the trail, you'll find the true country flavor of Vermont. VAST's 150 community-based clubs hold friendly events all
winter, from pancake breakfasts and chicken barbecues to spaghetti dinners, charity rides, radar runs and snocross races.
A Winter Trek is Just a Step Away: Snowshoeing in Vermont
Snowshoeing has been a way of life in the Green Mountains for well over a
century. It’s one of Vermont’s fastest growing winter sports, and is also one of the easiest to start.
Many Nordic centers and businesses offer rentals, and there’s terrain for all ability levels.
Vermont's Green Mountain Club sponsors sociable treks and climbs throughout the state and on parts
of the Long Trail. It's invigorating exercise, a perfect activity for families and outdoor enthusiasts of all ages,
and an inexpensive and easy sport. Just find snow, strap on some snowshoes, and go.
Vermont has a remarkable 5,000 mile snowmobile trail system.