Snowmobile Trail Conditions Report

VAST Snowmobile Map - Drift Skipper Trails

Use Caution: Grooming and trail maintenance activities may occur at any time of the day or night.

 

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What you need to know about snowmobiling in Vermont:

A TMA (Trail Maintenance Assessment / Trail Pass) must be purchased from a club and displayed according to Vermont Law.  TMA's can only be purchased from a club's membership chairperson, or a local business that has been contracted to sell TMA's for the club.


 TRAILS IN VERMONT OPEN ON DECEMBER 16 (IF THERE IS ENOUGH SNOW) AND CLOSE EACH YEAR ON APRIL 15.


Riding your snowmobile in Vermont means joining a club and registering your sled with VAST. 

If you have a passion for snowmobiling and want to ride on the best trails in the Northeast, then the Vermont Association of Snow Travelers is for you!

In order to ride in Vermont you need the following:

1.  Registered and Insured Snowmobile - see this page on VASTS website for all required registration information, insurance requirements, safety course requirements, age requirements for operating a snowmobile, equipment requirements and snowmobiling while intoxicated (SWI). 

2.  Join a Club 

3.  Purchase a VAST TMA (trail pass) through the club of your choice at any of our local businesses, membership chairperson or online here thru VAST.  (you will have the option to chose our county: Caledonia and our club: Burke Drift Skippers when you purchase your TMA onling thru the VAST website.  Club dues are included in the cost)

4.  If you were born after July 1, 1983, you will need to take a safety course in order to ride in Vermont.  

     Safety Courses offered in Vermont Counties November 2019 - February 2020               (fees may apply)

     Online Safety Course (fees may apply)


You must carry your registration and proof of your insurance on your sled at all times.