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Trails in Vermont
The Strength of Local Chapters
Vermont is a world class riding destination all year round and for all abilities. Want to try your hand at downhill? What about keep your tires rolling during the winter? There is something for everybody. Utilize our Plan Your Ride platform to learn more about where to ride, stay, shop, and eat. Don’t forget to join VMBA to help support our amazing Chapters that are working hard to keep Vermont the best place to ride in the Northeast.
Know Before You Go
Remember to always check trail conditions before hitting the trails, especially during shoulder (aka mud) season and after it rains. 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!
- Addison County Bike Club
- Killington Mountain Bike Club
- Mad River Riders
- Millstone Trails Association
- Montpelier Area MTB Association (MAMBA)
- Riders in Plainfield-Marshfield
- Rochester/Randolph Area Sports Trail Alliance
- Upper Valley MTB Association
- Velomont Trail
- Vermont Bikepackers
- Waterbury Area Trail Alliance (WATA)
Mountain Bike Trails
There are 27 Chapters with miles of trails ready for you to ride. Get out there and explore.
Hop off the lift and ride. New to downhill riding? The resorts offer lessons, rentals and terrain for all abilities.
A resource to help trail users understand more about eMTB, relevant current policies and regulations, and those VMBA trail systems that currently support eMTB use.
Don’t stop when the snow starts falling. With several fatbiking networks to choose from, these trails are ready to ride and some are at their best when covered in white.