WELCOME TO THE WOODFORD SNOBUSTERS SNOWMOBILE CLUB!

The SnoBusters will be getting back on the trail for this season’s trail work, beginning Oct 14th. We meet at our maintenance facility, 9288 VT Route 9, Woodford, VT at 8:00 am. If you are interested in volunteering contact Stacey on facebook (link is in FB post at bottom of page) for more details. Think Snow!

A great big Thank you to all that voted, helped out and or groomed our trails!
You Rock Groomer Crew!
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This year Jan 26, 27 & 28 2024 Will be the $25 Weekend:

You will be required to buy a $25 TMA, you will need to sign-up for the weekend and carry the TMA with you with your contact information on it that matches each snowmobile. This registration for the $25 TMA will be available online on the VAST website beginning after Dec 1st.

IMPORTANT: You also must have:

  • A snowmobile legally registered in at least one state or province.
  • Liability insurance for the snowmobile (and carried with you)
  • If you were born after July 1, 1983 then you also much have proof that you have taken a snowmobile safety certification class. Note: Vermont recognizes other states and provinces safety education certificates. 

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Woodford SnoBusters Trail Report, February 23, 2024: Photo from Wednesday night grooming. Reports are coming in that there are good areas, holding up well and other areas down to dirt. The forest roads are your best best bet. Ride with care. Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBusters Trail Report, February 21, 2024: All reports coming in are a mixed bag. There are a few areas that are holding up, somewhat, but there are many that are snirt/dirt. The temps are inching up above freezing a little bit, which we don't like to see with our lack of solid base. A groomer will try to get out today in Woodford. Fingers crossed he has enough to work with.Think Snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Jeremy Lipka shared some photos from his ride yesterday! There is still some riding out there! ... See MoreSee Less
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Groomer operator Ethan Onorato shared these photos and trail update! "Trails are better than expected, I would say about 8 inches of fresh snow in the elevations and still coming down!! Some scratchy woods spots and occasional water bar to be found In the woods."Thank you Ethan for both grooming and the trail report!Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Be advised, a groomer will be coming down from Jenks tomorrow, during the day, for maintenance and upkeep (or spa treatment, as our Trailmaster calls it). If you are on trail, ride with caution ⚠️!Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBusters Trail Report, February 16, 2024: Word from the mountain is that we have gotten about 3 inches of new snow. This is an estimate, as apparently the wind is blowing it around so much it is hard to get a measurement. Still some snow in forecast for rest of weekend, although they keep using the word "flurries", so not sure what to expect. I will post as reports come in. Think Snow! ❄️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBusters Trail Report, February 14, 2024: Happy Valentines Day! We have only received 1-2 inches of snow from yesterday's storm. There are flurries now and some possible snow forecast for Friday, so let's hope this pans out to get us back to our true love...riding! Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBusters Trail Report, February 13, 2024: It is staying below the freezing mark, but the snow seems to be veering off course. Unfortunately, it is not a pretty sight on our snocam at www.snobusters.org. Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Lunar New Year! This is the year of the dragon, which represents luck and prosperity. Let"s hope this brings us terrific, snowy conditions! Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBusters Trail Report, February 8, 2024: It is warm and sunny on the mountain today and it looks like it may be for the next four days or so. That would be great if we were all sitting on the beach sippin' margaritas, but for snowmobiling...not so good. With the warm temperatures and lack of snow, the groomers are going to hold back until it gets colder (and hopefully, snowier!) Think Snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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This is in line with a public service message: If you should find yourself stranded on the trail in either your sled or another motor vehicle, unable to get the vehicle out, there is a towing operation that is equipped to tow from the snowmobile trail. Brattleboro Towing and Recovery, 802-257-5649 or www.brattleborotow.com. We spoke with a rep, Joseph Martin, yesterday, as they were helping a stranded vehicle near Kelly Stand. Not sure if there are many (or any) other operations equipped to do recoveries from the trail, so this is a good resource to have. But, fingers crossed we never need to call them! Think Snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBusters Trail Report, February 7, 2024: Riders have been out this week in advance of the warm-up we may experience this weekend. We are still getting positive feedback, with a few obvious exceptions. Groomers are doing what they can to keep it in as good as shape as possible. One of our groomer operators, Bill O'Bryan, shared these photos from last Friday. Gorgeous! If you look closely you will see the partridge in a downed (not pear) tree. Think Snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Long shot, but riders were out tonight in Woodford- not far from the larger parking area on 9, and their son lost his camo winter boot. If anyone comes across it, please let is know. Thanks!Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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A rider, Ashley Bushee, lost a Ford key, blue house key and large silver key near the Glastonbury Loop. Please message her directly or us here, if you happen upon them. Thank you. Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Huge thank you to riders Dan and Tom Dietz for stopping for the disabled groomer this morning. They offered help and made a run to the maintenance facility to collect hoses to get it going. Several of our board of directors stepped up for the repair. Larry Gates and Brian LaCroix went out for the rescue and limped the machine home. Scott Daniels, Bill O'Bryan and Greg Lancto came in to start the fix. Fingers crossed it's a relatively easy repair and it's back in rotation soon. Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBusters Trail Report, February 4, 2024: It is 11 degrees on the mountain. Trails are wearing a little thin, but still reasonable riding. Our groomers are out nearly every day trying to make it last. BE ADVISED, we have a grooming machine driving down from Jenks to our maintenance facility at Route 9 in Woodford this morning. Ride with caution. Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBusters Trail Report, February 3, 2024: It's 20 degrees and sunny on the mountain. It looks like a winter wonderland out there. Not gonna lie, it is thin out there in many areas, but groomers are stretching it out! Ride with caution, but have fun!Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBusters Trail Report, February 2, 2024: I know I keep saying this, but trails are hanging in there. Between the cold and the groomer crew, there is still decent riding out there with the usual precautions of thin spots and a few areas of water bars. Riders are sharing their photos and updates, so we are getting word straight from the source. Enjoy!Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Sharon-Smitty Smith shared photos of his encounter yesterday with two moose at 7a Glastonbury Loop. Both stepped right into trail about 10 yards away, until they finally took off running down the groomed road. He did exactly what we teach in the snowmobile safety course, staying still and letting the wildlife move on, undisturbed. Plus, he got cool photos! 😊 ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBusters Trail Report, February 1, 2024: The groomers are continuing their runs when and where they can. Trails are holding up, though of course there are still water bars and some thin spots. We don't know what Mother Nature has in store, so seize the moment and ride while we have it!A fellow rider reported that they came across a pair of boots left on a snow bank, yesterday at the Pine Valley lot. If these are yours or you know who they may belong to, please message me here and I will connect you. Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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