The Vermont Association of Snow Travelers (V.A.S.T.) currently provides 3,549 miles of groomed trails and more that 1,500 miles of secondary and feeder trails throughout Vermont, the Green Mountain State.  To ride in Vermont, just purchase a trail pass for your legally registered snowmobile through a local club and you're on your way.

Founded almost 40 years ago, VAST is responsible for the organization of the sport, maintaining and grooming trails. One of the oldest snowmobiling organizations in the U.S., VAST is a non-profit, private group that includes 138 clubs statewide, with over 35,000 members combined. The clubs and their steadfast volunteers are the backbone of the organization . They help to mark trails with adequate signage, maintain trails packing and grooming equipment and provide local knowledge and insight to visitors looking to explore our beautiful Northeast Kingdom and Jay Peak Region! Your experience will only be matched by the incredible variety of trails that create an unforgettable experience, taking riders into a winter wonderland from the wildest corners of our Green Mountains to the cozy centers of our communities.

Many of the local area lodges are easily accessible to a VAST trail system. Visiting the many area restaurants and area shops will enhance your snowmobiling vacation!





  • Orleans County Snowmobile Association

Orleans County Snowmobile Association


A snowmobile association in Orleans County, Vermont made up of the following clubs: Country Riders S.C., Craftsbury S.C., Drift Dusters S.C., Glover Trail Winders, Hazens Notch S.C., North Country Mountaineers, Orleans Snowstormers.