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4/15/19

TRAILS ARE CLOSED FOR THE SEASON!

Thank you for supporting this recreational activity this winter.  We hope to see you back out on the VAST trails again next winter!  Meanwhile, may you have an enjoyable summer!

 

On Mobile? Just view horizontal for the map to display, or you can visit the standalone interactive map here: vasttrails.org

TIP: Make your legend selections then view horizontal and close the menus to view the map.

Continue reading for our improved mobile app (which will work without a data connection once installed).

Read on below the app-store links 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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 2018-2019 Trail Closures & Alerts

Bennington
USFS Logging Operations;  Sunnyside, Bailey Road/Somerset Reservoir, Mad Tom, Grout Pond Rd

Caledonia
 Note that Corridor 2/5 runs along Stark Road/Lafayette Road for ¾ mile.  Use Caution and stay right!

Watch for a logging operation in New Discovery Campground in Groton State Forest.  Corridor 2 between CA 12 and CA 18 will be shared with logging trucks and equipment.

Chittenden
Corridor 2 near Skunk Hollow Road is still closed.  A relocation is being sought!
Corridor 2 in Richmond is also still closed.  Again a relocation is being sought!

Essex 
Corridor 114 between CA 98 & EX 20 shares a section of road near Bald Hill Pond with a very active sugaring operation.  Watch for plowed road and significant truck traffic.  The road is narrow and caution must be used in order to keep this trail open.  Work is taking place in the woods throughout the winter to prepare for sugaring season.

There is a logging operation taking place on Sable Mountain.  This affects Corridor 97 between EX 10 and EX 104.  The trail is plowed and shared with logging equipment.  Please use Caution.

Corridor 96 is shared with a logging operation in multiple locations.  Watch for signs and equipment in the trail.

There are multiple logging operations taking place throughout the county.  There are shared sections of road, equipment in the trail and other hazards to watch for.  Use caution in these areas and obey all signage which has been erected for your safety!
 
Franklin
Corridor 118 between LE 35 and FN 3 is closed.

Lamoille
Corridor 118 between LE 35 and FN 3 is closed.

Orange

Watch for a logging operation on Corridor 5 near Downer State Forest.  Obey signage and use caution!

Orleans
Corridor 122A between OS 65 and OS 66 is closed.
Corridor 105 between the Derby line feeder (West of 91) to OS8 is closed.
Corridor 14 between OS67 and OS54 is closed.

Washington

Corridor 12 between WN 48, WN 49 and CA 54 will be plowed and shared with logging equipment.  Use caution and keep speeds at 15 mph or seek alternate routes.
Corridor 2 (Pearl Street Motors/Gould Hill Road) between intersections WN 21 & WN 27 (in Montpelier) is closed.  The suspension bridge across the Winooski River has been removed.Obey signage in Waitsfield Village near Lawson's Brewery & Wood and Wood Signs!  Stay on the marked trail and avoid cutting through any parking areas or the trail will be closed!
There is no gas at the Duxbury Store.  The Store is closed!

Windham
Corridor 100 between WM 13 and 14 in Wilmington is closed.  The closure is south of Higley Hill Road and North of Miller Road, but as a result the entire section between the intersections mentioned above will not be groomed.

Hogback Parking Lot will not be plowed this year.

There will be a logging operation on Corridor 100 between intersections WM 36 & BN 22 (Bailey Road/Somerset Reservoir).  Use caution, obey signage and watch for logging trucks and equipment for approximately 1 mile along this busy section of trail.

Windsor
Corridor 106 between WR 68 and the Little Ascutney trails (S14) is closed.

Corridor 4F in Coolidge State Park will have a timber sale taking place along approximately 1/4 mile of the trail.  Use caution and obey signage.

Corridor 11A between intersections WM 53 & WM 66  & WM 65 is closed due to logging.  A detour is available between WM 53, WM 69 and WM 67 back to WM 65. It is marked with detour. The trail will be shared with a forwarder for about 1/4 mile getting to WM 53 from the loggers landing.  Obey signs and watch for equipment in the trail.

 

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