Snowmobiling in Vermont has been a favorite winter pastime for over 40 years.
The Rutland-Killington region,
offers many snowmobiling opportunities. Just south of
Montpelier, VT, this area
is home to one of the State's largest cities,
Rutland, VT. Route 7 and Route 4
are two major highways of the western half of Vermont that intersect at Rutland, VT.
The Vermont Association of Snow Travelers (VAST),
together with local clubs, maintains Vermont's snowmobile trail network with over
120 groomers. Many community-based clubs hold friendly events every weekend, all
winter long, and a typical snowmobile season in Vermont runs from December 1 through April 1.
All it takes to snowmobile in the Rutland-Killington region is a trail pass (TMA),
a valid state registration, and insurance. Or take a guided tour from one of
Vermont's many snowmobile tour operators. If you are already registered in your
home state or province, you do not need to re-register in Vermont, but you must
join a local club and purchase a trail pass.
Vermont makes snowmobiling easy with over 5,000 well-marked miles of the best-groomed
trails snow allows, crossing public and private land. Find out the latest snowmobile
trail conditions across Vermont by checking the
VAST trail report.