Slate Valley Trails has an extensive network of 16 routes starting in Poultney on gravel, paved, and class 4 mountain roads with good climbs, little traffic and scenic views (https://www.slatevalleytrails
They also have 4 miles of single track at Endless Brook Trails in Poultney (https://www.slatevalleytrails
Total route mileage
Pine Hill Park, Carriage Trail and the Redfield Trails offer a uniquely diverse and beautiful trail system with over 25 miles of single track and double track. Pine Hill Park has 7 unique bridges with close to 16 miles of single track trails. The Carriage Trail and Redfield Trails offer more double track with stunning forests, views and a few serious climbs.
The Vermont Mountain Bike Association (VMBA)
The Vermont Mountain Bike Association (VMBA) is the state level voice of advocacy and is comprised of 27 chapters throughout Vermont. The local effort of chapters in tandem with VMBA’s advocacy is a uniquely productive combination and is the only of its kind in the country. An environment of shared success and chapter interconnectivity promotes an atmosphere of constant innovation at the rider, chapter and association levels in Vermont. Our association of chapters is excited for your visit to the Killington Valley. To get access to statewide riding updates and to learn more about VMBA’s work please go to: WWW.VMBA.ORG
Get off the main drag and venture onto some of Vermont’s most scenic hidden byways with your bicycle. You’ll see parts of the Green Mountain state that most don’t experience. Rolling hills, mountain views, historic farms, and peaceful pasture lands are punctuated by Vermont’s pristine streams and lakes.
The number of routes and loops that can be put together from our area is almost endless. One can find challenging mountain gaps or nice rolling farmland to ride. Distances can be as varied as the riders. The Killington-Pico Club has weekly rides. Please check the club website here. www.kpccvt.org