The Connecticut Valley Sno-Riders maintain approximately 68
miles of trails between Corridor 2 (the Pipeline) and Stone Dam at Highway 105
via Corridors 102, 102A, 1, 1A, 98, and F98.
Last year we had more snow than we knew what to do with. Several big storms, and many small storms
kept us under a white blanket of snow for the entire season. Our ‘Cookout at the Roost’ club event was the
biggest ever, beating the 2018 event.
We are a very small club, and are always in need of new ‘active’
members that want to attend meetings, help out with the trail work, groom, and
hold elected or appointed positions within the club. If you are interested, please go to one of
our meetings or give me a call. If you
like us on Facebook you’ll get updates of club activities, etc.
Even the smallest amount of help can aid us greatly.
Including our trails, Vermont has over 5,500 miles of some of
the best snowmobiling around. Most are
on private land, with the balance being on state, and federal lands. These generous land owners, in cooperation
with VAST, clubs like ours, and many tireless volunteers keep trails maintained,
groomed, and ready to ride on. Our Club
members pride themselves on our trails and on signage being second to none in
Our club generally meets on the third Saturday each month at the
Guild Hall, in Guildhall, VT. We have
them on Saturday so that snowmobilers that aren’t local to the area can attend
meetings. Please attend a meeting if you
can. Generally they are an hour or less. You can even ride your snowmobile to the
meeting as the Guild Hall is right on the trail when you go through town.
Visit our web site at
http://ctvalleysnoriders.com or our facebook page
for up-to-date club information, activities, trail conditions, weather
conditions and more!!
See you on the trail,
John Orlowski President