Green Mountain Trails - Trail, Pittsfield, Vermont

Green Mountain Trails - Trail, Pittsfield, Vermont

DESCRIPTION

Trailheads located at Amee Farm or at the top of Tweed River Drive. Mix and match about a dozen trails according to you preferences and abilities. A thousand feet of climbing, killer views and just as much descending. Includes a bermed flowy downhill, a techy, twisty romp through a dark pine forest, fast straightaways on the side of a very steep bank and lots more. The trails are constantly evolving, more are being added and existing ones are improved.

USER REVIEWS

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[Jun 14, 2016]
SugarbushDaddy
Cross Country Rider

Like the other reviews said, this place is a lot of fun. The trails were clearly made with great care and drain incredibly well. The nice switchbacks (Noodles, Stonewall) make the climb up pleasant and you're rewarded with long, fun downhills. There are some more technical trails if you want, perhaps added since the other reviews: Roland's Run, Devil's Throat, Short Cut. Rabbit Hole was a lot of fun.

Customer Service

From the barn, up Noodles, Stonewall, Warman, then around Zebedee and down Fuster's. Back up Escalator, Upper Noodles, and Lovin' It to go back down via Roland's, Warman, Rabbit Hole and then Noodles.

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Great food and beer at the General Store in town.

Mad River Valley area, Millstone, Perry Hill.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Jul 13, 2014]
vtdeadfan
Cross Country Rider

Great system for folks who don't mind a climb or two and flow riding down. If you are techy crazy, skip this system, but if you're into a good workout with some fun, ripping downhill, check them out. Trails seem to be in great shape no matter what the weather has done in the last 24 hours. Trail team does an amazing job getting out and cleaning up debri. Classic VT riding..

Customer Service

Noodles Revenge> Upper Noodles> Stonewall> Green Trail> Zebedee> Labrynth> Warman> Upper Noodles> Escalator> Stairs> Riverside> Crazy Mazie> Noodles Revenge

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Millstone, Barre, VT
Ascutney Mountain (STAB), Ascutney, VT

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[May 16, 2013]
Pistol79
Weekend Warrior

Fun trail! I have rode heretwice and parked at the top of Tweed River Drive both times. You still have a climb to get back to the parking lot. But the run down Fusters is worth it. Some really techincal stuff in Labyrinth and Warman is a must ride. The route i recommended was 11.6 miles with 1,634 feet of elavation gain. Overall good stuff. Well built trails and marked well.

Customer Service

Park at the top of Tweed River Drive. Green Trail -> Zee Dee -> Green Trail -> Luvin' It -> Fusters -> Escalator -> Noodle Revenge -> Stonewall ->
Green Trail -> Parking Lot

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Pine Hill Park or Moosalamoo

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Sep 01, 2012]
going2vt
Cross Country Rider

This was a nice fun start on Barn Dance...makes you smile. Getting over the creek to start up stairs is a pain in the A$$. I hear you can drive up to the higher elevation parking if you are not inclined to ride up inclines...but that's not me.

Overall the berms were kind of mounds...and you don't really get use of them. Also the switchbacks were not so well designed. I just rode Golden Colorado and one climb was over 3,600 feet of pedaling to 9,000 feet views. Somehow the switchbacks just worked better there under way steeper conditions, so it can be done! There could be some nice features thrown in, but it has some room for improvement. Maybe Irene wiped it out before I got there...but over all it is great for a leg breaking climb, but lacks the whoooo-hoooo! I have to go back tomorrow kind of fun times.

I understand someone just built this for free for us...and that is a sweet nice sentiment. I don;t want to sound disrespectful. That is so great for someone to do and I have hand carved trails myself, so I know what an undertaking it is. We do thank you!

Customer Service

Barn Dance, follow red arrows up the The Stairs to the Escalator find Noodles Revenge (and Overlook views) intersection and go up to Luvin' It to Labyrinth to Warman, take the Green Trail, Zebedee to Fusters and get back on the stairs, reverse it to Amee farm. Free bike wash there at the barn! Yeah!

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Pine Hill, Killington, The Catamount Trail

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
4
[Sep 13, 2010]
Kirk Braaten
Weekend Warrior

Nice variety of trails, lots of single track, side hilling with sweet bermed switchbacks. Warman and The Labryinth are a blast. Great job by the club up there. Keep up the good work !!!!

Customer Service

Best route?? Get on the bike, get lost, then find your way back. When in doubt, head down hill, takes you to Rt 100.

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Tons of snowmobile and atv trails in the area as well

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Sep 10, 2010]
zaab70
Cross Country Rider

Typical buff Vermont trails, but not much mud for this region. Lots of ascending and descending with fun, bermed switchbacks. Nothing extremely difficult technically (yet!) but be prepared for a few tough ascents which translates into extremely fun downhills.

Customer Service

Barn Dance-The Stairs-The Escalator-Noodles Revenge (up)-Luvin It-Labyrinth-Warman-Green Trail-Zebedee-Fusters-back to the stairs and home...about 10 miles.

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Contest Trail, Pine Hill, Michigan Road (for the scenery)

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
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