Over 5,000 Miles Of Pure Pleasure
It’s apparent that some of the best snowmobiling in the world can be found right here in Vermont. For almost 50 years, snowmobiling has been a lifestyle for thousands of people during the winter months. Since 1967, Vermont has maintained a network totaling over 5,000 miles of winter snowmobile trails. This system, maintained by clubs throughout the state, is renown around the world for its pristine maintenance and jaw dropping scenery.
With a well-marked trail system, readable maps and easy access to amenities, Vermont makes it easy to enjoy this exhilarating winter sport. Navigating by groomed trails through the woods, linking each town to the next, it’s a perfect match for those adventurous travelers who yearn to explore their surroundings.
If you find yourself in the Northeast Kingdom, the snowmobiling epicenter of the state, don’t miss a rare gem tucked away, off the beaten path. The Coles Pond Sledders Cook Shack, open only on the weekends, sits on a snowmobile trail in Walden and welcomes snowmobilers from all over. Don’t let its rustic look fool you; this magical place will leave you looking back to an unforgettable experience.
Wherever you decide to go, start your journey off by visiting the Vermont Association of Snow Travelers website, your resource for information such as rules and regulations, trail conditions and updates, trail-side lodging, gas stations, and restaurants.
If you're bringing your own sled, be sure to learn what you need to ride in Vermont.
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.