BELMONT STORE in Belmont VT at Trail 7C

intersection RD81 is CLOSED!    This means NO GAS! 

​​​​​​​For current trail conditions visit the VAST website trail map page and follow us on FaceBook

If you have questions about our trails please 

email mounthollysnowflyers@gmail.com




March 28


We will see you next year!

March 26

We need to clear up a few items pertaining to our Trails - specifically the wishes of the Landowners.
If you look at the VAST Trail Map - you can see what trails are open with low snow & Caution conditions.
Green Trails are Open.
Yellow trails are Low Snow / Caution plus there are Alerts Posted.

Red Trails are CLOSED - and they are CLOSED for a reason, maybe hazardous conditions, Landowner Request or any other reason. CLOSED means CLOSED - if a gate is CLOSED - it's for a reason!!!!
It seems a  CLOSED gate on one of our Landowners property was opened by someone and they RODE on that trail. Needless to say that the Landowner is rightfully upset & may CLOSE that trail permanently. If so - that is a major trail for us with no way around it. There are serious repercussions for not respecting Landowners request - that was the main reason we have not groomed our trails - if we had groomed there could have been damage done that would have resulted in more angry Landowners - that is also the reason we did not get out on ATV's and police our trails before the recent snow.

Yeah we all had a crappy season - but that is no excuse to jeopardize our current trail system for a joy ride at the end of the season - trails all over the state have been closed for this exact reason.

Our Trail Master has made an Apology to the Landowner and will see what the future holds for that Trail.

The only portion of our trail that is open with caution is up in Shrewsbury & that is because there is a serious washout on Perry's property that caught a couple riders yesterday & the outcome was not too good

 As a side note - we have no control over the parking area on Rt 103 and the subsequent plowing.

March 24

We got snow!!  The trail from 103 to the CCC road is closed due a wash out. 


March 21

We will assess the trail conditions after this next storm. Most likely there will be no grooming as there is no base - only mud and rocks.
Trails south of RTE 103 will remain closed. Trails north of RTE 103 maybe be open for a couple days.
If you choose to ride it is your choice - expect mud, open water bars and possibly downed trees. We have not been out on our trails out of respect for our landowners.
We ask you to be safe, ride right and keep your hands on your sleds at all times.
Snow amounts are showing 12-18” headed our way. We will update our website and this page if conditions change drastically. 

January 29

Please use use extreme caution on the CCC road by Corridor 4 - from Shrewsbury to Rte 100.
This road has been plowed by heavy logging equipment. The road is very narrow and ice ball chunks in the road.
Please ride right. Keep your hands on your handle bars at all times. Thank you

January 15
Please be advised that our trail system is now open. We ask that you ride with caution as you may encounter open water bar areas and some rough terrain.
We have been out with the groomer and on foot working to get the trails in rideable conditions.
We ask that you ride right, keep your hands on your snowmobile at all times and obey all landowner requests.
Please ride slow and have fun!

January 12

Please hang in there just a bit longer until we can open the trails. We are working to clear many downed trees and fill in the open water bars. The cold air is on the way and the snow will follow…


July 2023

Flood Damage!  Record setting floods have caused devastiating damage to the Mount Holly trails.  Culverts need to be replaced, ditches need to be filled, bridges need to be repaired, debris needs to be cleared.  We are working with VAST for State assistance but we also need your help.  Please join us September 23rd for trail clean up day.  8:30am Belmont Center Green.


Grooming is done for this season due to significant Tucker failure.  Costly repairs will need to be made over the summer for next season.


Trails are open and groomed.  Conditions are good but with open water bars and low snow.  Hopefully another storm will arrive to extend the season


Trails North of Route 103 are open but with minimal snow.  Trails south of 103 remain closed until until we have more snow.


Trails are closed until further notice.  Follow the VAST tail conditions page for additional updates. 


Mother Nature sure threw us a curve ball with weather not seen in Vermont for decades. Everyone and everything were set for the start of a good season that we all had been patiently waiting for then New Year’s arrived with a drenching rain that washed away most of the snow. After the rain and wind had subsided, we headed out to check on the condition of our trails to prep them again.
The Fireworks we planned for New Year’s Eve had to be moved up a day early due to the forecasted rain event. We had a very large turn out that enjoyed our best display to date. A big Thank You to all those who helped with the fireworks; it was appreciated by all.
We have constructed a sign board and have many local businesses sponsoring a sign. We are hope soon riders will see the signboard.
We have a nice supply of club apparel for sale. T-shirts, long-sleeved shirts, sweatshirts, hats and caps. Visit our website for more information. Items can be purchased directly online and shipped to your door.
We would like to remind everyone that during this down time it would be a good idea to support those businesses that rely on snowmobilers. The lack of snow affects everyone and maybe a lunch or two out-on-town to those who support riders would be greatly appreciated.
Please visit our website at www.mounthollysnowflyers.org for more club news, updates and trail reports.
Thank You to all landowners that allow us access to your property and all volunteers.
Let it snow!