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Snowmobile Forum


  1. General Snowmobile Forum

    This forum is for any user whose post does not fit into any of the other snowmobiling related forums.

  2. Readers Rides

    Share with others the Snowmobile rides / trips that you have taken.

    Tell us where you went, your experience, what you enjoyed and all others aspects of your snowmobile ride / trip

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  3. Snowmobiling Issues / Politics

    This forum is for posting local, county, state and national issues that pertain to snowmobiling.

    Have an issue, suggestion, or comment, which you want to get out in the open?
    Post it here!

    Please read and have an understanding of our "On-Line Forums Acceptable Use Policy" before posting here.

  4. Bragging Rights

    Have a new sled?
    Added some goodies?
    Post it here and show it off!

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  5. Stolen Sled Report

    If you sled is stolen, you can post the information on this forum.
    You nay also post a picture and any other info that you feel may help in the recovery

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  7. Snowmobile Tech Talk

    Have a problem with your sled?
    Know an easy way to make a repair?
    Post it here!

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  8. Vermont Snowmobile Trail Reports

    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.

    Thank You...

    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.