These Vermont Snowmobile Trail Reports come from fellow snowmobilers just like you and me. Please help your fellow snowmobiler and post the conditions you found while on your ride.
Trail Report Disclaimer
Snowmobile Trail Conditions change constantly. Snowmobilers should never rely on any source of reported trail conditions because so many variables are at play. Temperature, snowfalls, traffic, the time of the year, etc.. can change a snowmobile trails condition within hours. All snowmobile trails are maintained by many volunteer clubs, therefore one section of the same trail could offer very different conditions, all in the same day. Snowmobilers should also use extreme caution and travel at a speed, which would allow them to stop before striking any hazard, which the condition of a snowmobile trail could offer. The best trail conditions are when all users operate as if risks might always exist.
This forum is dedicated to those men, woman and their children whom made Island Pond. The employees of the railroad that back many years ago made Island Pond the “First International Railroad Junction in the United States” and to those whom maintain the tracks to this day. Even though we lost our round house, and engine maintenance shop only a short few years ago, we will remember all of those good hard working people. This forum shall be used for those whom wish to stay in touch with fellow workers, friends, family and those interested in the once very active railroad that ran through Island Pond.
With the formation of the Tri-County-ATV Club located in Island Pond,VT. this forum is open to ask questions about ATV trail riding in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, club issues and other items that relate to the use of ATVs.
Antiquing, here in the Vermont's Northeast Kingdom is an adventure that one should undertake many times during the year. As the "locals" are on a constant search and find mission antiques shops change around here faster that the weather.
Fall foliage starts early here in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, well before many newspapers, radio and television stations start reporting the progress. Here you can post your favorite trips and you're scenic viewing areas so others can share what we think is the best fall foliage in New England.
Remember the fall foliage seasons starts early here, so don't be left out.
Ahhh... Mud Season in Vermont. You know it is Mud Season, when it is a challenge to get to your local store or make it home if you do get to the store. You always say that you are going to buy one of those big four-wheel drive vehicles just to make it out the driveway. You know it is Mud Season here when some folks are afraid to leave the house for fear the road will have melted and turned to 'mush' in there absence. It gets exciting around here in early spring.
Tell us your stories and experiences of Mud Season here.