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Wardsboro Pathfinders is an ALL-VOLUNTEER organization. Consider becoming an active Club member! It's fun and a great way to meet others with similar interests. If you're interested in participating in club activities or have questions, sign up for our newsletter


Wardsboro Pathfinders Snowmobile Club is a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax deductible.

Please note, there is no opportunity in the VAST TMA purchase process to facilitate a direct club donation.

Please consider making a separate donation through the Donate button below to help assist the club. Contributions to our grooming fund are greatly appreciated and 100% of this assistance goes to seasonal fuel costs, equipment maintenance as well as Infrastructure repairs.

Many thanks to all who have contributed so far!

We have over 300 active members and oversee the upkeep and support of the 710 trail. We’re located in the Windham county area of Southern Vermont between the ski areas of Stratton and Mount Snow. You can gain access and explore the 710 from many points along the way and also access the 4,200+ miles of VAST’s groomed trails that make up Vermont's Snowmobile trail network.

The 710 is a Class 4 trail that's approximately 26 miles end to end in the Deerfield Valley area. The south eastern end starts in Dover at C100 (WM20) passes through Wardsboro, a small corner of Jamaica, into West Wardsboro and ending on the north west end in Stratton at C7 (WM10). You will find many types of riding challenges which can be related to elevation, snow conditions as well as the many different topologies. You will come across technical single track, a few fairly steep sections as well as many winding wooded areas. There are a few dozen bridges and a few vistas to stop and admire. We work hard to keep this trail properly signed and well-groomed; weather and elevations push our limits every season. Please consider volunteering we can always use the help.

Please stay on the marked trails and off the plowed town roads, except where marked for crossing and accessing the trails.

The Club has worked hard with the local constables regarding trail access requirements. Please help enforce the laws by telling others. Fines for riding on roads and for non-registered/non-insured sleds can be VERY expensive, we want to keep all riders safe and our landowners happy.

Join us at our next meeting. Check out our events page for details.

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