Now Open for Mountain Biking!!!
The Millstone Trails Association is looking forward to an exciting, fun, safe, and better than ever 2014 summer season. The spring thaw came late to Millstone, and our trails remain in the grips of everyone’s favorite fifth season – Mud Season! Our trail crew is working hard to clear blowdowns for the winter and prepare the trails for the summer season. THANK YOU TRAIL CREW!
Hikers, Walkers, Runners & Other Pedestrians
Our trails remain free and open to pedestrian-based recreation like hiking, walking and running. However, while we emerge from mud season, please use the trails with caution and care. If a trail is wet, please consider choosing a drier one to minimize damage to trail surfaces. If you enjoy Millstone and support recreational access and conservation, please join the Millstone Trails Association. Information about MTA membership can be found on our Membership & Passes page.
The Millstone Trails are open for mountain biking as of May 10th. Our trails may have some wet spots and mud – please ride with caution and think twice before doing any mudbogging. A good time today could mean damaged trails and a whole lot of trail work for the future. A day pass, season pass, or MTA membership is required to ride any of the Millstone Trails. We are pleased to announce that you can now purchase your day passes for mountain biking at Millstone directly on our website via Paypal, with the added convenience of paying by credit/debit card or electronic check. Your payment receipt, received via email, can serve as your proof of purchase.
You can also get your MTA membership and season pass here at our Membership & Pass page. The Millstone Trails Association maintains one of the most extensive, and certainly the most unique, mountain bike trail network in New England. The money generated from pass sales and MTA memberships goes directly to support construction, maintenance, and administration of the Millstone Trails. Thank you for supporting the trails we all love so much.
Questions, e-mail us at MillstoneTrailsVermont@gmail.com or call us (802) 277-0144.