WELCOME TO THE WOODFORD SNOBUSTERS SNOWMOBILE CLUB!

The SnoBusters will be getting back on the trail for this season’s trail work, beginning September 24th. 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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NO MORE VT FREE WEEKEND!

NEW THIS YEAR Jan 27, 28 & 29 WILL BE A $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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The Woodford SnoBusters would like to thank Bill Garrison from the Green Mountain National Forest for his dedication, stewardship, and career long commitment to maintaining and improving access to our Forest We all wish Bill the best in the next chapter of his life!

Several members of the SnoBusters presented Bill with a plaque, thanking him for his service and wishing him well in his retirement, recently at a Green Mountain National Forest Meeting.

Members from other snowmobile clubs and user groups were also present

SnoBusters are looking forward to resuming our annual Charity Hot Dog Roast on February 18th from 12:00-3:00 pm at Airport Road, Somerset, VT. This is a terrific opportunity to help support local charities, but also a good time, surrounded by our snowmobile community, in the woods, on the trails! Doesn't get better than that! Hope to see you there.Think Snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Joe Spatola just messaged us with these kind words. Thanks, Joe! Our volunteers deserve to hear this for all the time and effort they devote to our trails."Great, no, FANTASTIC trails today. For what we have you guys are amazing. Seriously hands down the BEST club in VT. Please extend our gratitude to all! This week looks like we're done for a while unfortunately, but you guys gave it your all! Hope end of February and March gives us a shot."Think snow, everyone! ... See MoreSee Less
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So proud to be part of this community of snowmobilers and good neighbors! A family with their trailer and vehicle got stuck and Brandon Lemaire, Michael Bower and Steven Gowie each made a contribution to helping them out. Taking care of each other is what it is all about! This is the information reported to me, if anyone else was involved please share their names here, they deserve to be acknowledged. Thank you guys for being good people and great ambassadors to our sport. ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBusters Trail Report, February 5, 2023: A domino effect of actions has made today ideal snowmobiling conditions. The big storm, the volunteers' tireless efforts to clear and groom after the big storm, a solid freeze and now today's mild sunny weather. Enjoy! ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBusters Trail Report, February 4, 2023: It is COLD out there!! Currently -23 degrees with possible wind chills from 30-50 below zero. Yikes! Trails are in good shape for amount of snow. Be careful out there!Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBuster Trail Report, February 2, 2023: We are getting positive reports about the trails from riders. Our groomers were out Sunday night and again last night. With all the recent trail clearing, attention to water bars and grooming, these cold temps should firm up the trails nicely.That being said, use EXTREME CAUTION in the next few days, as temperatures are going to be very cold with wind chills getting as low as 30-50 below zero! Ride safe! Think Snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Donny Gray sent some photos from the trail! Thanks for sharing! Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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The Woodford SnoBusters are looking forward to resuming one of our favorite events, the Very Special People Ride, on February 11th from 12:00-3:00 pm. We host persons with disabilities for an afternoon of snowmobile rides and lunch. If you, or someone you know would like to participate, please reach out to Jeanne McKenna, jmckenna6@comcast.net to register. Today is the last day to register, we have limited space, so you MUST register in advance.Think Snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBusters Trail Report, January 30, 2023: The trails are in as good condition they can be with the conditions we had to work with. Thank you to all the volunteers who put so much time and energy into giving us something to ride. Fingers crossed, these efforts and Mother Nature will allow us to host our two upcoming events:February 11th, 12:00-3:00 pm - Very Special People Ride at McKenna's Barn, Woodford.February 18th, 12:00 3:00 pm - Annual Charity Hot Dog Roast at Airport Road, Somerset.Hope to see you there!Think Snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Groomer operator, Jeff Miller just took care of one of the water holes with one of the grooming machines tonight. His dad (also a groomer operator) is following behind to fill in even more. Our volunteers are why we have any riding! Thanks, guys! ... See MoreSee Less
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Douglas Harrison found a pair of gloves in the Adams lot early Saturday morning and would like to return them to owner. He believes they were left Friday sometime. If they might be yours, message him on FB, or reach out to me so we can reunite you with your gloves. Thank you, Douglas, for reaching out. Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBuster volunteers don't stop giving! They work tirelessly to clear and groom the trails, then volunteer their time and efforts to our Annual Charity Hot Dog Roast, where all proceeds go to local charities. Join us on February 18th from Noon-3:00 pm at Airport Road, Somerset for a bonfire, delicious food and great snowmobile community, all for a good cause! Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBusters have the best volunteers!!! Thank you, Chris Thompson and Bob Rustico for your help cutting trail from BN 11 down to Harriman Dam. This is why we get the most out of each season, volunteers like this! Appreciate your efforts.Think Snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Today the DeSouza family went to each water hole and drained them...even ones we were not aware of. Thank you, DeSouzas!! ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBusters Trail Report, January 27, 2023: These photos speak for themselves! Our volunteers were out all day and have come across some ugly conditions. Irene & Larry DeSouza along with Pat Gavin were cutting/brushing the feeder trail to Woodford General Store. Greg Lancto has been covering a lot of ground, taking care of low hanging tree/branches and water bars. Our groomer operators are making the best of what we have. All working to make the trails passable. Please always remember, without volunteers there are no trails!Ride with extreme caution, as you can see, there are a lot of hazards.Think Snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Help out a fellow rider Nolan Skrocki who was just riding from the Adams Parking lot and lost his keys with a blue lanyard and his wallet. He was heading from Jenks. If you hear or see anything, please message me here. It would be much appreciated. Thank you. ... See MoreSee Less
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Donny Gray messaged us with this warning:VERY DEEP water hole at BN7 @ 7N&7S heading EAST towards Airport area. Impassable at this time. 10:15 Friday.Thanks, Donny for giving us the heads up!Be aware of groomers out today getting this storm mess cleaned up!Ride safe, everyone! Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBusters Trail Report, January 26, 2023: The rain did not wreak havoc with the trails, thankfully. We are expecting a little more mixed precipitation today, then snow. You know our groomer operators are trail whisperers, they will get them in the best shape possible. Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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John Stowell found a pair of glasses on the trail right at BN 12 this morning. He picked them up and hung them on the sign board at the junction, if they are yours. Thank you, John, for your thoughtfulness and courtesy in letting us know. Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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Woodford SnoBusters Trail Report, January 24, 2023: Groomer operators, including groomer-in-training Sophie LaCroix found a lot of low hanging trees/branches while out last night. Have fun out there, but ride with caution! Think snow! ... See MoreSee Less
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