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Snowmobiling in Vermont is one of the most popular winter sports

The Vermont Association of Snow Travelers (VAST) maintains and regulates the trail system throughout the state. There are over 5,000 miles of trails through mountains, meadows, and along waterways. The VAST system marks trails and issues printed maps that also help you locate trail heads. Services along the system such as fuel and food locations are also noted. To snowmobile in Vermont you need a trail pass and valid state registration. There are many snowmobile rental and guide services that are a great way of discovering the family fun. Book a room at a mountain resort and stay awhile.

Mount Snow Ski Area

Pisgah Road West Dover, VT Phone: Toll-Free: 800-245-SNOW

80 trails; 0 glades; 10 terrain parks; 588 skiable acres; snow tubing; snowshoeing; 1,700-foot drop; annual snowfall 13 feet; 80% snowmaking

Skiing & Snowboarding -- In south-central Vermont, Mount Snow is an easy weekend drive from cities like New York City, Hartford, and Boston. This ski area is a big one and hence it has lots of skiing and riding opportunities for people of all abilities, not to mention snow tubing, snowmobiling, dog sledding, and snowshoeing. The ski area could be chunked into four main pieces.
The Main Face has plenty of intermediate terrain with wide open trails. The North Face offers difficult terrain on black diamond trails and glades; the double black diamond trail Ripcord and the woods near it are very steep. Sunbrook, facing south, is a great place to tackle the spring moguls. Carinthia is the top terrain park in the East. It includes a 450-foot-long super pipe. Mount Snow prides itself on efficient snowmaking.
Everything Else -- Lots of lodging options, including the slope side Grand Summit Resort Hotel & Conference Center, with amenities like a spa and health club, outdoor heated pool, Jacuzzi, restaurant, and retail store, Mount Snow Sports. Snow Lake Lodge has condo units. Plenty of restaurants on the property.

Vermont Association of Snow Mobilers

For those who enjoy snowmobiling, Vermont has over 2,000 miles of available, groomed trails every winter. These trails run throughout the state, and are maintained by the Vermont Association of Snow Mobilers and local snowmobile clubs. All visitors who wish to ride their snowmobiles must register them with the state and join the Vermont Association of Snow Mobilers, as well as a local club. For more information on how to register and join, call the Association at 802-229-0005.