2017/18 Snow Traveler’s Guide to Vermont | 13 Caledonia county is one of the gateways in to Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. We offer some great riding from majestic woods and varying elevations, as well as through beautiful farmland. In our county you will find 506 miles of groomed corridor trails as well as some small secondary trails that are a fun adventure. Caledonia County County Director Ken Gammell Begin your ride from the Connecticut River Valley up into the mountains with some great elevation changes. You can ride right from New Hampshire if you want. Some of our trails are located in the Groton State Forest, along historic rail beds, and through wildlife management areas like Steam Mill Brook. Some fun riding is on our pipeline and powerline trails. We also have beautiful villages in Caledonia County to visit and eat, gas up or stay at, including historic Peacham and Burke Ski Area. Bayley Hazen Road Snowmobile Club 368 Thaddeus Stevens Rd., Peacham, VT 05862 802-592-3382 bhrsnowclub.org facebook.com/pages/Bayley-Hazen-Rd., -Snowmobile-Club/120631051321766 Buckaroos of 302 PO Box 12, Groton, VT 05046 802-584-3917 buckaroosof302.com Facebook.com/buckaroosof302 Caledonia County Snowmobile Club PO Box 245, St. Johnsbury Ctr., VT 05863 802-274-1118 snowmobilecaledoniavt.com Coles Pond Sledders 3324 Coles Pond Rd., East Hardwick, VT 05836 802-533-2595 colespondsledders.com facebook.com/pages/Coles-Pond-Sled- ders/344274895902 Clubs - Caledonia County (Vincent Bonamassa photo)