Trails across the state are in excellent shape thanks to the thousands of hours being put in the the volunteers running the groomers. Many areas are reporting the best trail conditions they have had in years. There is a smooth, hard base throughout the system which is optimal for a great ride this time of year. As the sun creeps higher into the sky you may begin to see some south and west facing slopes open up along with roadside banks as you cross the roads. Pay attention when you get to these areas and always keep your speeds under control. Watch for slush in low lying areas and ice on hills and corners.
We also ask that riders stay on the marked trails at all times. This time of year riders have a tendency to venture outside the designated trail to find snow. This typically results in trail closures.
Get out and enjoy the trails in the warm March weather and please stay off all bodies of water and enjoy the snow covered trails of Vermont! We may be getting some additional snow next week which will prolong the opportunity to ride the great trails!
Be sure to check our Trail Closures and Alerts Page for the most up to date information.
NOAA Snow Depth
Positive Information on Trails that were previously closed and are now open
There is Gas and Food again in Cabot Village. It is not listed on the VAST map at this time.
Corridor 12A in Roxbury (WN 40 & WN 41) is open once again.
Rutland-Green Mountain Snow Flyers
Corridor trail (Old CCC Road-WR 80 & RD 67) is open again.
Windsor-Barnard Mountain Viewers
There is Gas and Food again in Barnard near Silver Lake. It is not listed on the VAST map at this time.
Windsor-Bridgewater Sno Zippers
Corridor 12 is now open between Bridgewater and Barnard (WR 60 to WR 61) This trail is not on the VAST map.
Bennington-Green Mountain Trailblazers
Corridor 7 (Griffith Lake-BN 45 to RD 82) is open again this season.