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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.

Enjoy these Snowmobiling experience stories at Explore New England.

Snowmobile Reindeer - Northeast Kingdom VT Travel and Tourism Association - Get NEKed
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.
Snowmobiling - Mount Snow Ski Area - West Dover, VT
Mount Snow Ski Area

39 Mount Snow Road West Dover, VT, 05356 Phone: Toll-Free: 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.
Trust for Public Land - Protecting Vermont's cherished trails one step at a time