Stowe Snowmobiling

The 3rd most popular snowmobile trail in Vermont.

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Around Stowe, there is an extensive snowmobile trail system maintained by the Stowe Snowmobile Club.

Note: To snowmobile in Stowe, the snowmobile must have a legal registration in any US state or Canadian Province (proof of registration is required), otherwise a Vermont registration can be purchased from the Vermont DMV or licensed registration agents for a nominal fee (~$20). In addition, to ride in Vermont, a VAST TMA decal must be purchase and displayed on the snowmobile. These can be purchased from a VAST club for around $100 along with the additional $100 club membership fee.

Overall, Stowe is the 3rd most popular snowmobile trail of all 17 snowmobiling rides in Vermont.

Best Stowe Snowmobiling Review | Vermont

Stowe Snowmobile Trails (NH/US)

Best Stowe Snowmobiling Review | Vermont

Stowe Snowmobile Trails (NH/US)

Stowe Snowmobiling Map



Local Contact(s):  VAST (802) 229-0005; Stowe Snowmobile Tours (802) 253-6221; Vermont Tourism 1-800-VERMONT.

Best Season:  Jan. - Feb.

Base Camp:  Commodores Inn (802) 253-7131; Trapp Family Lodge (800) 826-7000; Edson Hill Manor (800) 621-0284; Green Mtn Inn (802) 253-7301

Luxury Loding:  Town And Country Resort (802) 253-7595; Stowe Mountain Lodge (888) 478-6938; Stoweflake Mtn (800) 253-2232; Topnotch Spa (802) 253-8585

Breakfast Restaurant:  McCarthys Restaurant, Stowe

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Article Source:   Best Stowe Snowmobiling Review

Date Published:  12/31/2015

Date Updated:  7/25/2016

ID:  16802

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