With the weather turning cold, the trails freezing and snow on it way, you may be interested in a listing of local Vermont Winter Fat Bike trails.
VMBA Vermont Mountain Bike Association - List of winter trails https://vmba.org/winter-trails
Fellowship of the Wheel http://www.fotwheel.org/
Fellowship of the Wheel is the Chittenden County chapter of the Vermont Mountain Bike Association. They maintain the following trails near Burlington. Brief descriptions from their site follow:
Located in Colchester behind Costco, Sunny Hollow Park is a very popular network for beginner and intermediate riders. Both the Blueberry and East loops are ideal trails for beginners and easy to access. Intermediate and advanced riders can descend into a number of ravines and access further plateaus. Pros Near Burlington and Colchester, fun terrain with many ravines and bridges. Cons fairly limited riding area
The Saxon Hill trail network in Essex is a classic. The trails are characterized as smooth and flowy singletrack. This popular network is home to the Flo, FreeFall, and Extendo trails. Extendo is a beginner trail. Flo offers multiple loops within itself that are appropriate for a variety of users and skill levels. FreeFall is a varied jump trail with multiple lines that cater to advanced and expert riders.
592 Governor Chittenden Rd., Williston VT 05495
Catamount is closed for for the Fall and will reopen once the trails get covered with hard snow. Call first I was misled by there trail report which showed open trails but is not updated in the Fall.
Rikert Nordic Center
106 College Cross Road, Barn East, Ripton, VT 05766 http://www.rikertnordic.com/
Rikert Nordic Center is open to the public from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm every day mid November – end of March. The Center is located in the heart of the Green Mountain National Forest on the Campus of Bread Loaf School of English in the Town of Ripton, VT. We welcome you to come and explore this incredible forest and field terrain either on skis, snowshoes, or on a FatBike.