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Trails in Vermont

Grant Wieler

The Strength of Local Chapters

200
200
+
Miles of trail built since 2012
1000
1000
+
Miles maintained
30,000
30,000
+
Annual volunteer hours
29
29
Chapters - up from 14 in 2012
6800
6800
+
Members

Know Before You Go

Trail Conditions

Use the drop-downs to check your local trails and their conditions.

Please pay attention to the last date updated for TrailForks and TrailHub. To be very sure of trail conditions, please visit the local Chapter's website directly.

Don't see a Chapter listed? They may update their trail conditions differently - check out their website for more information!

Ansel Dickey

Summer Trails

While away an afternoon or plan an epic adventure; summer days are glory days. Get out there and explore.

Downhill Riding

Hop off the lift and shred. New to Downhilling? The resorts can hook you up with lessons, rentals and terrain for all abilities.

Winter Trails

Don’t stop when the snow starts falling. With 28 different fat-biking networks to choose from, these trails are ready to rip year-round and some are at their best when covered in white.

Need More Information?

Obsessive trail researcher? Us, too. You can always click around on these sites for (even more) trail beta.

Plan Your Ride

Plan Your Ride

Need more information on where to find shops, food, lodging, guide services, downhill options and more? Our Plan Your Ride platform allows you to search across all types of rides and services by region. Please be sure to share your support with those business that have stepped up and shared their appreciation and support for Vermont riding.
Ready To Go Photo By John Atkinson

VMBA Chapters

VMBA Chapters

VMBA’s local Chapters are the backbone of Vermont’s amazing singletrack and riding culture. They build, maintain, advocate…and ride. The combination of VMBA and Chapters is a uniquely productive pairing and is the only of its kind in the country.
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