Snowmobiling in Vermont has been a favorite winter pastime for over 40 years.
The Woodstock-Quechee region,
offers many snowmobiling opportunities. The area is bordered by the Connecticut
River and New Hampshire. Just across the state line one can find Dartmouth College
and the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, both less than 15min from White River
Junction, VT, where I-89 meets I-91.
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 Woodstock-Quechee 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.