The Statewide Snowmobile Trail System (SSTS), created by VAST and local clubs working with state and federal agencies, consists of more than 4,500 miles of corridor trails and more than 1,500 miles of secondary trails (generally used to access services, such as food and gas, from the main trail). These are maintained by local snowmobile club volunteers. Eighty percent of the SSTS is located on private land.
These trails and the land around them must be respected, or landowners will close their land to snowmobiling. Please volunteer when possible to help maintain your local club’s trails. Always remember that trail passage is a privilege, not a right.