2017/18 Snow Traveler’s Guide to Vermont | 15 Clubs - Chittenden County Chittenden County has approximately 110 miles of trails comprised of 60 percent open farm fields and 40 percent wooded. You will approach the Bolton Valley area of our trails on Corridor 2 in Richmond. It has some challenging areas both for riding and grooming. As you ride south out of Chittenden county on Corridor 7, you ride through miles of farm fields. All through the county you are treated to rolling hills, farms and suburban neighborhoods. For the most part, the county offers ideal trail riding for families, as there are miles of Chittenden County County Director Pat Poulin open fields sprinkled with some twisting wooded sections to add some excitement. Several options for fuel, food and other trailside services are available in Essex, Hinesburg, Richmond and Colchester. There are several spectacular views and beautiful spots in the county. The top of Mt. Philo is a destination for many weekend riders. The views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains are incredible. Five Tree Hill in Williston has views of the Shelburne Harbor and the hill section of Burlington, UVM and the Hospital complex. Green Mountain Sno Cats 802-343-2788 Iroquois Sno-Beavers 33 Agnes Dr., Huntington, VT 05462 802-595-1939 facebook.com/VASTSnowBeavers Malletts Bay Lakers PO Box 762, Colchester, VT 05446 802-829-0013 facebook.com/Malletts-Bay-Lakers-Snow- mobile-Club-167123659978786 Richmond Ruff Riders 278 Summers St., Richmond, VT 05477 802-434-3512 Saxon Hill Riders PO Box 8494, Essex, VT 05451 802-879-0849 saxonhillriders.org facebook.com/Saxon-Hill-Rid- ers-138979022816023 S.C.A.T. 500 Sheehan Green, Charlotte, VT 05445 802-425-2787 Williston Hill Hawks PO Box 1692, Williston, VT 05495 802-999-5926 willistonhillhawks.com facebook.com/pages/Willis- ton-Hill-Hawks/133990003317457 (Kyle Seymour photo)