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Miles of trails
As a member, you gain access to explore the vast 710 trail between the ski areas of Stratton and Mount Snow. C100 connects the 7 corridor to give you access to over 4,200 miles of trails.
Our club operates entirely on volunteers to oversee and upkeep the trails.
Explore the 710
First off, Welcome!! Founded in 1970, we epitomize your grassroots/hardcore sledder-type club. Located in the spine of the Appalachian mountains (most trails are all within walking distance of the famed, historic, and scenic route 100) the club is not only blessed with some of the best scenic vistas in the state but honored with a phenomenal fleet of groomers which are dedicated to keeping our trails in tip-top riding condition. Blessed with a trail system elevation between 1,400 and 3,000 ft elevation we’re never at a lack of snow. On top of our natural abundance of snow, we have an amazing team of volunteers who, through a lot of hard work and generosity, earned us the most improved trails award ( presented from VAST) of 2022. One of our members, Luke Ferrio (president), also received the Groomer of the Year Award due to his sheer desire to have a flat, fun, and safe trail system. Congratulations Luke!
Blaze Your Trail
Wardsboro Pathfinders were voted Most Improved Trails in Windham County for the 2022 season!
Trail Maintenance Assessment (TMA)
The Wardsboro Pathfinders Clubs’ online TMA purchase process from previous years was fairly straightforward. The new TMA process that we all now have to follow is a directive from VAST. We hope you find the new VAST process as easy or even better going forward.
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 wells as Infrastructure repairs.
Many thanks to all who have contributed so far!