Snowmobile & ATV Rentals in Vermont

To see Vermont’s full majesty – all year round – rent a snowmobile or ATV

Vermont’s natural beauty is so great, you can enjoy it even from roads and highways (it doesn’t hurt that the state bans billboards). For an even deeper adventure, consider renting a snowmobile or, in the warm seasons, an ATV (all-terrain vehicle) to explore deep into the back country of the Green Mountain State. Many businesses will rent out the vehicles – known by insiders as “sleds” – along with all necessary clothing and gear. Instruction is given to newcomers to the sport, and some companies offer guided tours, in which a seasoned driver mans the controls until the guest renter is ready to take over. Snowmobiles carry a driver and a passenger, so it is a naturally good fit for couples and pairs of friends. The Vermont Association of Snow Travelers or VAST oversees a network of groomed trails, so there is always a new circuit to ride and new vistas to enjoy. The sport is extra-popular near and around snowy Stowe, Killington, Okemo and Mount Snow, VT. The warmer and greener seasons bring a natural urge to explore Vermont’s river valleys and mountains, so a good option is renting an ATV or a UTV (utility terrain vehicle—sometimes called a side-by-side – with an enclosed cab). As with winter adventures on snowmobiles, an ATV can take you and friends on a thrilling exploration into the heart of this beautiful state.

Snowmobiling - Mount Snow Ski Area - West Dover, VT
Mount Snow Ski Area

39 Mount Snow Road West Dover, VT, 05356 Phone: 800-245-7669

Skiing & Snowboarding - Mount Snow is an easy weekend drive from cities like New York City, Hartford, and Boston. This ski area is a big one and has lots of skiing and riding, along with snow tubing, snowmobiling, dog sledding, and snowshoeing.
The Main Face has intermediate terrain with wide open trails. The North Face offers difficult terrain on trails and glades. Sunbrook, facing south, is a great place to tackle the spring moguls. Carinthia is the top terrain park in the East.
Everything Else - Lots of lodging, including the Grand Summit Resort Hotel & Conference Center, with a spa and health club, outdoor heated pool, whirlpool tub, restaurant, and retail store, Mount Snow Sports. Snow Lake Lodge has condos. Plenty of restaurants on the property.