b'Since 1967, Vermont has been opening the doors to winters wonders with a re-markable trail system totaling over 4,700 miles. With todays modern comfortable sleds, its easier than ever to experience the thrill of zipping along winding trails. You can take 200-mile day trips or multi-day tours, or join group ride-ins full of country flavor.Vermont makes it easy to go snowmobiling. We set the standard for well-marked trails, readable maps, easy access to fuel stops, food and accommodations. Our many convenient trailheads mean snowmobilers can hook up to trails anywhere in the state. All it takes to snowmobile is a trail pass (TMA), valid state registration, safety certificate, and insurance. Or simply take a guided tour from one of Vermonts many snowmobile tour operators.Youll find the best groomed trails the snow allows. The Vermont Association of Snow Travelers (VAST), together with local clubs, maintains Vermonts trail network with GPS enabled groomers to assure smooth riding. And when you hit the trail, youll find that VASTs community-based clubs hold friendly events every weekend all winter long, from pancake breakfasts and chicken barbecues to spaghetti dinners and charity rides.Come and Experience the Magicof our Winter Highways.2 |Vermont Association of Snow Travelers (Roger Gosselin photo)'