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TRAILS

Perry Hill - Perry Hill is one of Vermont's most popular trail networks and is an illustration of how chapters have successfully partnered with the state to bring riders an amazing experience. After a climb riders are rewarded with technical trails that roll through pines, rock ledges and over bridges. This gem of a network is managed by the Waterbury Area Trail Alliance (WATA). 

Mad River - Located in the picturesque Mad River Valley, VMBA Chapter Mad River Riders play host to a network of trials on both state owned and privately owned property. Be sure to check out their new Revolution trail near American Flatbread for a rugged ride. The Blueberry Lake trail system is fantastic for all levels of riding and located near beautiful Blueberry Lake - go for a cool swim after a ride! http://www.madriverriders.com/mountain.html

Green Mountain Trails - The Green Mountain Trails are a fast growing multiuse network of flowy singletrack over varied terrain in Pittsfield and Stockbridge, Vermont eight miles south of Killington. Mountain bike, trail run, hike, snowshoe on 25 mi. of stellar trails. http://www.gmtrails.org

RESTAURANTS
American Flatbread - legendary flatbread pizza located at the base of the Revolution Trail in the Mad River Valley.
46 Lareau Road
Waitsfield, VT 05673
802.496.8856
www.americanflatbread.com

The Peasant
40 Bridge Street
Waitsfield, VT 05673
802.496.6856
www.peasantvt.com

Hyde Away Inn - home of Zach's Tavern
1428 Millbrooke Road
Waitsfield, VT 05673
802.496.2322
www.hydeawayinn.com

3 Squares Cafe
221 Main St.
Vergennes, VT 05491
802.877.2772
www.threesquarescafe.com

LODGING
Lareau Farm Inn - Located as the base of the Mad River Revolution Trail! 
48 Lareau Road
Waitsfield, VT 05673
802.496.4949
www.lareaufarminn.com

Vermont State Parks
Vermont has a fantastic network of state parks in this area. Please visit: http://www.vtstateparks.com/htm/map.htm for complete information about the parks and making a reservation.