Clubs across the state are finishing up the signing and the last minute trail work to ready the Statewide Snowmobile Trail System for the season ahead. All clubs are looking for volunteers so if you have a few spare hours they could really use your help. There is some exciting news this season as some of the trails that have been closed for a few seasons are once again back open including; Corridor Trail 7 near Griffith Lake, Corridor 4 between Plymouth and Shrewsbury and Corridor 12 between Bridgewater and Barnard. The clubs and generous landowners have made this possible. There are also some closures and shared portions of trail due to logging operations in many parts of the state. Be sure to check our Trail Closures and Alerts Page for the most up to date information.
Be sure to purchase your TMA’s early, before December 16th to save some cash for your first ride. We are hoping for a snowy 2013-2014 snowmobile season and we hope to see you out on the trails. These pages will be updated once the season opens and clubs are out grooming.
Out of respect for our landowners and sportsman who are out there enjoying the muzzleloader season grooming of the trails and opening of gates will take place starting on December 16th!
Positive Information on Trails that were previously closed and are now open
There is Gas and Food again in Cabot Village. It is not listed on the VAST map at this time.
Corridor 12A in Roxbury (WN 40 & WN 41) is open once again.
Rutland-Green Mountain Snow Flyers
Corridor trail (Old CCC Road-WR 80 & RD 67) is open again.
Windsor-Barnard Mountain Viewers
There is Gas and Food again in Barnard near Silver Lake. It is not listed on the VAST map at this time.
Windsor-Bridgewater Sno Zippers
Corridor 12 is now open between Bridgewater and Barnard (WR 60 to WR 61) This trail is not on the VAST map.
Bennington-Green Mountain Trailblazers
Corridor 7 (Griffith Lake-BN 45 to RD 82) is open again this season.