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1/26/23
Trails across the state are beginning to open as winter has finally arrived here in Vermont! The grooming fleet is out in most areas making the best of the new snow. Building trails and starting the season off this late in the year takes time, so please be patient. We cannot control the weather.

Even though we are mid winter in terms of the calendar, the trail conditions are not! Caution needs to be used as early season conditions exist with lots of mud, water, ice and exposed hazards. Additional cold weather and snow is needed before conditions improve. Expect anything while out there on the trail. 

Respect the landowners, obey signage and be respectful. No ice should be considered safe ice.

Check out the map, trail closures and alerts below and stay tuned for more updates as they become available!

 

Addison
Corridor trail 100 is closed between AN 41 and AN 42. There is a bypass around this closure (AN 42 to AN 40 which is groomed). Watch for a logging operation taking place along Taylor Brook between AN 42 and AN 40.

Corridor 100 between AN 30 and RD 1 has some shared sections of road due to logging. Use caution!

Bennington
Corridor trail 710 is closed from WM 10 to WM 20. This area will be heavily enforced to ensure riders stay off the trail.

Forest Road 10 & Forest Road 30 will be plowed as a result of the “Old Job” timber harvest taking place in the area.

FR 10 will be plowed from the Landgrove/Peru Side to FR 30 (End of Trail 7F1 to RD 87).
There will be NO PARKING allowed along FR 10 while the timber harvest is taking place.
The area will be signed and enforced.

FR 30 (corridor trail 7, south from RD 87 will also be plowed as part of this logging operation)

Corridor trail 7F2 (Mad Tom Trail) is closed from BN 50 to BN 55 in East Dorset.

Corridor trail 7F3 (Spruce Peak) is closed from BN 29 to BN 55 in East Dorset.

There is no access to services in East Dorset as a result of these closures so plan accordingly.

This eliminates trail access from the parking at Emerald Lake State Park as well.

The Glastenbury Mountain Tower is closed until necessary maintenance can be performed. The trail to the tower is still open, however taking in the views from the tower is not possible this season.

The small trail leading from the 11/30 parking area south on corridor trail 7 is closed due to unsafe bridges along the trail. Riders will need to cross Route 11/30 at the parking area. Please use caution as traffic on this road is moving quickly!

The Belmont Store is closed for the winter. There is no gas or other services so please plan routes accordingly

Caledonia
The Lamoille Valley Rail Trail is closed between CA 120 and LE 52.

Corridor Trail 234 between CA 20 and CA 109 is open on weekends only. It is closed during the week for logging. If riders pass through during the week it will be closed off for good.

Essex
There are multiple logging operations taking place in Essex County throughout the winter. The list of scheduled harvests are below, and will result in some shared sections of trail and some sections that will be closed. Please obey signage and respect the landowners and loggers who are making a living in the woods! Note that logging operations are subject to change based on weather conditions and wood markets.

East Haven Area
Corridor trail 1 will be closed between EX 522 and EX 523.

Corridor trail 1 will have shared sections of road between EX 52 and EX 522-Use Caution.

Corridor trail 1 between EX 523 and EX 401 has been relocated off from the road to accommodate a logging operation taking place here. There are a few shared sections of road-Use Caution.

Island Pond Area
Corridor trail 114A (Henshaw Road) is closed between EX 241 EX 251, EX 25 and EX 252. The alternate route (corridor 114) will be open to allow trail continuity, with the trail crossing the logging haul roads multiple times. Please STOP and Use Caution.–

Corridor trail 111B will be closed from EX 262 to EX 291. There will be a short section of shared trail between EX 261 and  EX 262 over the bridge by the Gore Camp. Use Caution here and yield ROW to logging equipment.

Canaan/Norton Area
Corridor trail 97C between EX 111 and EX 102 is closed.

Corridor trail 97 between EX 101, EX 104, EX 102 and EX 502 is closed.

Corridor trail 97A between EX 105 and EX 104 is closed.

Corridor trail 105 between EX 10, EX 105, and EX 7 is closed.

Corridor trail 106 between EX 10, EX 101 and EX 110 is closed.

Corridor trail 114 between TP Corner-(Intersection of secondary trail from Jackson Road and Corridor 114) north to EX 13 on the powerline is closed.

Franklin
Corridor trail 7F2 is closed from the Franklin Park West Parking Area to the services accessed near Route 7. The trail from the parking lot back to FN 20 is open.

Corridor trail 105 between FN 2 and OS 62 is closed.

Lamoille
The Lamoille Valley Rail Trail is closed between CA 120 and LE 52.

Orleans
Corridor trail 105 between FN 2 and OS 62 is closed.

Rutland
The Belmont Store is closed for the winter. There is no gas or other services so please plan routes accordingly.

Corridor trail 100 will have shared sections between RD 1 and RD 2. Use caution and obey signage.

Corridor Trail 4 has an ongoing logging operation between RD 67 towards Route 100, along the CCC Road. Skidders will be crossing the trail along this section. Proceed slowly and use caution.

Washington
Corridor trail 100 is closed between AN 41 and AN 42. There is a bypass around this closure (AN 42 to AN 40 which is groomed). Watch for a logging operation taking place along Taylor Brook between AN 42 and AN 40.

Corridor trail 100 will have shared sections between RD 1 and RD 2. Use caution and obey signage.

Corridor 100 between AN 30 and RD 1 has some shared sections of road due to logging. Use caution!

Windham
Corridor trail 710 is closed from WM 10 to WM 20. This area will be heavily enforced to ensure riders stay off the trail.

Windsor
Corridor trail 5 between WR 100 and WR 102 is closed for the season.

 

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Read on below for seasonal closures and alerts.

Vermont Association of Snow Travelers is pleased to provide a mobile app version of our official Trails Map.

Our free app features our entire statewide trail network and junctions, along with parking locations and services accessible by trail. We make it easy to find where to eat, get gas, parts and repairs, or stay the night. 

Tap a trail or junction pin for more information on junction or trail number as well as contact information for the club responsible for maintenance of each trail section. Tap a service pin to see its category; display the map legend if needed, found by tapping Preferences. 

Going to an unfamiliar area? Enable GPS on your phone and never get lost! No need to try to figure out where you are, your phone app will show you relative to the trails, junctions and towns, with or without reception! Don't miss out on all these features: 

REMEMBER: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Please be prepared.

Trail status and conditions can change at a moment’s notice so please use this tool to aid you in your travels but do not depend solely upon it.

Disclaimer: V.A.S.T. cannot guarantee the accuracy of the trail locations nor we assume responsibility for the condition of the trails depicted in the app. Please use caution and common sense at all times when riding. Follow posted signs on the trails at all times.


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Vermont Association of Snow Travelers is pleased to provide a mobile app version of our official Trails Map.

Our free app features our entire statewide trail network and junctions, along with parking locations and services accessible by trail. We make it easy to find where to eat, get gas, parts and repairs, or stay the night. 

Tap a trail or junction pin for more information on junction or trail number as well as contact information for the club responsible for maintenance of each trail section. Tap a service pin to see its category; display the map legend if needed, found by tapping Preferences. 

Going to an unfamiliar area? Enable GPS on your phone and never get lost! No need to try to figure out where you are, your phone app will show you relative to the trails, junctions and towns, with or without reception! Don't miss out on all these features: 

REMEMBER: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Please be prepared.

Trail status and conditions can change at a moment’s notice so please use this tool to aid you in your travels but do not depend solely upon it.

Disclaimer: V.A.S.T. cannot guarantee the accuracy of the trail locations nor we assume responsibility for the condition of the trails depicted in the app. Please use caution and common sense at all times when riding. Follow posted signs on the trails at all times.

 

 

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