Snowmobiling in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom

Snowmobiling is a fun and exciting way to enjoy wintertime, and it’s a great, fairy low-effort way to explore the landscape and see the region’s natural beauty. The town of Island Pond is known as the snowmobiling capital of Vermont, and the Northeast Kingdom is covered in trails and tracks perfect for snowmobiles.
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Vermont's Northeast Kingdom

Miles of snowmobiling trails, some leading right into towns, a draw for winter enthusiasts

There are so many ways to experience the 2,000 square miles that make up Vermont’s scenic Northeast Kingdom. Outdoors enthusiasts hike its pathways, bike its lanes and down its mountains, paddle its lakes. But, in the winter, you have to take to the forests, trails and lakesides in a snowmobile to really appreciate the area’s natural beauty. And there are so many places to explore! Snowmobilers flock to the trails in Burke and Island Pond. In Jay, in the Kingdom’s northernmost region, you can hook onto the VAST Trail snowmobile network, which winds more than 5,000 miles throughout the state. The trail leads straight to the village for shopping, dining and lodging. Nearby Derby is also a great snowmobiling town.