Northern VT

Northern VT

Victory Hill

2781 Victory Hill Rd
Victory Hill  Vermont  05858
United States

Easy

20%

Moderate

65%

Difficult

15%

Description

Victory Hill is a developing trail system not far from Kingdom Trails in the town of Victory.  Currently there are about 8 miles of  singletrack trails and an additional 5 miles of woods roads.

The trails are really fun. Some are challenging, but most aren't. They are aimed at enduro focused riders though an enduro or downhill bike is not required. A lot of the trails have been machine built or improved as you'll see when you ride there.

Like Kingdom Trails Victory HIll requires the purchase of a day pass or annual membership. A day pass and a waiver can be purchased and signed at Carol Easter's House, 2438 Victory Hill Road or at the trailhead if no one is at home.

You'll find more information as well as a list of events and links to seasonal trail closures on Victory Hill's Website and on their Facebook Page.

 

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Northern VT

Blueberry Hill Area Trails

1245 Goshen-Ripton RD
Goshen  Vermont  05733
United States

(802) 247-6735

Easy

30%

Moderate

50%

Difficult

20%

Description

The Blueberry Hill Trails are located on the 15,875 acre Moosalamoo national Recreation Area. They are managed by the Blueberry Hill Outdoor Center.

These trails are open all year long, though use during the spring's mud season is not suggested.

There's a recommended donation of $10 to use the trails and all monies raised go into trail maintenance and improvement. But, you can ride the trails for free if you don't have any money to donate.

The trails range from easy to hard in a good mix.

Expect to do some climbing and expect to return more than once as there are over 30 miles of trails here.

Moosalamoo offers many other opportunities for mountain biking in addition to Blueberry HIll.   Read more about Blueberry Hill Area Trails

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Northern VT

Hinesburg Town Forest

299 Hayden Hil Rd E
Hinesburg  Vermont  05462
United States

Easy

15%

Moderate

60%

Difficult

25%

Description

How could 850 acres hold so much?  The Hinesburg Town Forest is an awesome place to ride.  Not overly attractive to new riders it offers challenging trials with a lot of climbing in a deep woods setting. You'll find yourself returning over and over as your skills develop. Mnay trails have features and man made obstacles to test your skills on. And if 18 miles isn't enough, you're just a half mile away from the western end of the Sleepy Hollow trails.

There are three parking areas on Hayden Hill Road which between them, turns into a dirt track. The east parking lot is the one at the top of the page. The west is here. Alternatively there is another parking area at the end of Economou Road, which is closest to the most challenging trails.

These trails, as well as others nearby, have been built and are maintained by the Fellowship of the Wheel, a great organization to be a member of if you ride in this area frequently. Read more about Hinesburg Town Forest

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Northern VT

Sleepy Hollow Inn Ski & Bike Center

427 Ski Lodge Dr
Huntington  Vermont  05462
United States

Easy

20%

Moderate

50%

Difficult

30%

Description

The Sleepy Hollow Inn Ski & Bike Center is a multi season trail destination.  Winters, of course are for Nordic skiing. But in the warmer months, about May 15th - October 24th, the place becomes a mountain bikers paridise.

Over 13 miles of intermediate - Advance mountain bike trails. Many machine built, bermed wonders in a beautiful north woods setting.

If this doesn't sound like enough, you're only about 1/2 mile from the Hinseburg Town Forest that has another 18 miles of trails.

The Sleepy Hollow Inn also has rooms and dining available.  There is a small charge for using their trails.  -  Well worth it. Read more about Sleepy Hollow Inn Ski & Bike Center

Northern VT

Perry Hill

546 River Rd
Waterbury  Vermont  05676
United States

Easy

10%

Moderate

50%

Difficult

40%

Description

Waturbury's Perry Hill is no longer a secret. These trails are quickly getting a rep for their screaming downhills, as well as the climbs that preceed them.

Some have claimed that Perry Hill has the best downhill mountain bike trail in all of Vermont. Well . . . You'll have to decide that for yourself.

Parking is at Waterbury's Ice Center and Dog Park and the trailhead is about 100 yards before you gete there.

The trails are maintained by the Waterbury Trails Alliance, who's map is located below.

 

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Northern VT

Adams Camp

413 Barrows Rd
Stowe  Vermont  05672
United States

Easy

30%

Moderate

50%

Difficult

20%

Description

Adams Camp is one of the Stowe properties maintained by the Stowe Trails Partnership.

Adams Camp's 513 acres are owned by the Trapp Family Lodge and contain about 5 miles of trails.

It's a great place to ride and links into many other Stowe Trails.

An alternative starting area is located at the end of Ranch Brook RoadRead more about Adams Camp

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