Welcome to the spectacular trails of Southern Vermont!
TRAILS IN VERMONT OPEN ON DECEMBER 16 (IF THERE IS ENOUGH SNOW) AND CLOSE EACH YEAR ON APRIL 15.
Riding your snowmobile in Vermont means joining a club and registering your sled with VAST.
It's easy to join. If you have a passion for snowmobiling and want to ride on the best trails in the Northeast, then the Vermont Association of Snow Travelers is for you!
In order to ride in Vermont you need the following:
1. Registered and Insured Snowmobile (See the Ride In Vermont Tab)
2. Join a Club - You need to join a county and local club where you ride most (go to the Club section to find a club)
3. Purchase a TMA through the club of your choice HERE or ONLINE HERE
4. If you were born after July 1, 1983, you will need to take a safety course in order to ride in Vermont.
Once you join a club you may use any of the trails located throughout the state.
We are one of many clubs that are a part of the VAST trail system
The History of VAST
Founded fifty years ago, VAST is responsible for the organization of the sport of snowmobiling, maintaining and grooming over 5,000 miles of trails. One of the oldest snowmobiling organizations in the U.S., VAST is a non-profit, private group that includes 127 clubs statewide, with over 24,000 members combined. The clubs and their steadfast volunteers, and the landowners that allow riders to cross their land are the backbone of the organization.