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Trails in Vermont

Grant Wieler

The Strength of Local Chapters

200
200
+
Miles of trail built since 2012
1400
1400
+
Miles maintained
30,000
30,000
+
Annual volunteer hours
27
27
Chapters - up from 14 in 2012
7600
7600
+
Members

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.

Mountain Bike Trails

There are 27 Chapters with miles of trails ready for you to ride. Get out there and explore.

Ryan Bent
Grant Wieler

Downhill Riding

Hop off the lift and ride. New to downhill riding? The resorts offer lessons, rentals and terrain for all abilities.

Zach Walbridge

E-Bikes

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.

Winter Trails

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.

Grant Wieler

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

COVID-19 Response

COVID-19 Response

We want to remind our outdoor community, that we must be diligent on remaining safe while enjoying the trails. Please take the time to learn more about our COVID-19 guidelines.
Learn More Ryan Bent Photo

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