We are the statewide association of ATV clubs dedicated to developing, promoting and conserving responsible, family friendly ATV recreation throughout the state. We currently have over 800 miles of legal trail opportunity throughout the state.
Through a family of 28 unified chapters, the association carries out its mission, which is to ensure the sustainable future of mountain biking in Vermont and to thoughtfully promote the best riding in the country by serving as the central hub for advocacy, education and event support. VMBA is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.
To provide recreation and education opportunities for local residents and visitors while working to conserve natural resources and create economic stimulation. We strive to accomplish this mission by providing a network of quality non-motorized trails for all level of abilities incorporating the best of the local scenery and natural diversity. We have permission of over ninety landowners and businesses that make this all possible.
Founded 50 years ago, VAST is responsible for the organization of the sport of snowmobiling, maintaining and grooming over 4,700 miles of trails in Vermont. One of the oldest snowmobiling organizations in the U.S., VAST is a non-profit 501-c-3 organization that includes 127 clubs statewide, with over 24,000 members combined. The clubs and their steadfast volunteers, and the landowners that allow riders to cross their land are the backbone of the organization.
The mission of the Vermont Huts Association is to provide an enriching and immersive outdoor experience for everyone. By collaborating with our partners in recreation, we will create a four-season hut network across the Green Mountain State to strengthen local communities and foster a deeper appreciation of our natural environment.
The Stowe Trails Partnership envisions a far reaching interconnected network of trails that provides diverse recreational opportunities. Stowe’s trails are links within the community; they create avenues by which residents and visitors can experience Stowe in an immersive natural way, and they encourage an active, healthy appreciation for the outdoors among Stowe’s youth. We envision a Stowe connected by trails, with plentiful access and information points and a diverse array of terrain and ability options.
Local Motion works across Vermont to help businesses become more bike friendly. We provide free consultation for businesses on a variety of topics, from best options for bike parking to how to gain certification as a Bicycle Friendly Business. We also offer free workshops for employees on building biking into their commute.