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Southern Vermont

Ascutney Trails - Host to the VMBA annual festival in '13, '14, and this past July 2015. Ascutney Trails is located West Windsor, VT and boasts over 75 miles of the best riding in the southern half of the state.  Trails are both challenging and rewarding with spectacular views and rests right when you need them. Ascutney State Park is also nearby for camping. - Trail Conditions

Pine Hill Park - Located at Georgette Park in Rutland, Pine Hill is a network of 19+ miles of beginner to intermediate riding conveniently right in town and near many local amenities. A beautifully constructed trailhead is obvious from the parking lot and maps are typically available at the large kiosk 20 yards up the trail. - Trail Conditions

Killington Bike Park - Killington's Mountain Bike Park expansion is in full swing with new trails in the Snowshed area, including wide, mellow beginner trails, intermediate options with switchbacks and banked turns and of course technical freeride terrain that the most advanced riders have come to expect from The Beast. It's all accessible from two lifts, the Snowshed Express Quad and K-1 Express Gondola, and the Bike Park will continue to grow with new trails all summer long. Check out our summer operating schedule for all the details. Check out some videos HERE

Worthy Burger
56 Rainbow Street
South Royalton, VT 05068

Worthy Kitchen
442 Woodstock Road
Woodstock, VT 05091

Gringo Jacks
5103 Main Street
Manchester, VT 05255

Holiday Inn Club Vacations at Ascutney Mountain Resort  
485 Hotel Road
Brownsville, VT 05307
CLICK HERE for more information and discounts on lodging at the 2014 VMBA Festival in July! 

Trailside Inn
115 Coffee Road
Killington, VT 05751

Vermont State Parks
Vermont has a fantastic network of state parks in this area. Please visit: for complete information about the parks and making a reservation.