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Here comes Harper! Epic snow on the way!


Pretty in pink – check out those snowfall totals!

18” to possibly THREE FEET of the “good stuff” is headed our way, and we couldn’t be happier about it! What does this mean for you? Great conditions for an awesome day on a snowmobile tour with Snowmobile Vermont!

a group of people riding skis down a snow covered slope

Here’s how you can prepare properly for the conditions:

  • You MUST arrive one hour before your scheduled tour departure time. With lots of snow in the forecast, be sure to leave extra time to get to your tour destination, as the roads may be snow covered, making travel a little more difficult – slow down, pay attention, and arrive safely!

  • Dress for the weather! We provide you with boots and helmets at no extra cost. A fleece toque or beanie hat will fit nicely under your helmet and provide extra warmth. Wear layers, and avoid cotton clothing, as cotton can get wet and doesn’t wick moisture away from your body. Remember that there will be an extra wind chill when you get going on the trails! Ski clothes are great for snowmobiling – a snowsuit or snow pants and a warm, waterproof jacket, hats, gloves, neckwear… you’ll probably want it all this weekend. If you don’t have something suitable, we do have suit rentals available for a small extra fee.

  • Don’t let the cold bother you too much – we have warm and comfortable base lodges at all locations to help you thaw out after your ride!

Don’t miss out on enjoying what could be an epic snow event! Come on, winter storm Harper – show us what you’ve got!

Make your snowmobile tour reservation today!

Killington & Okemo | Stowe | Mount Snow

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