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Over the next few weeks we will be closing some or all of the Ascutney Trails for varying periods of time to accommodate events we are hosting.

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This Saturday June 15th, the above trails will be closed from 9 to 11 AM for the West Windsor 5 & Dime trail running race. Note that much of the Town Forest lot accessed trails and some of the AOC - side trails will still be open.

Saturday June 22nd, all Ascutney Trails will be closed all day for the Mt. Ascutney Solstice Fest fundraiser. Swoops and Loops trails, at Mt. Ascutney State Park on Route 44A will be open. Or, join us for guided rides, demos, music and more from 9AM to 10PM, and help support the trails

The ski-side trail head will be closed most of Saturday, July 7th for the Gnar Weasel MTB race. Please use the Town Forest Trailhead at the end of Coaching Lane, avoid race route trails (between 9:00AM and 3:00PM), and be prepared to yield to racers when you do have to use them. There will be a race route map at the kiosk.
 

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Ascutney Trails will be closed for the Ragnar relay race Friday & Saturday, August 16th and 17th, reopening Sunday morning. Swoops and Loops trails (4 miles at Mt. Ascutney State Park) will be unaffected.
 

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Ascutney Trails will be partially closed the next two weekends. Please check the website blog for details.
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This weekend Ascutney Trails will be partially closed Saturday afternoon, and all day Sunday. Both days we ask that you access the trails from the Town Forest parking lot at 750 Coaching Lane. Thank you for your patience.

Looking ahead to the following weekend, all trails will be closed to bikes until noon on Saturday the 5th for a horse event, and just the Ski side will be closed on Sunday morning for a running event.

Swoops and Loops trails (4 miles at Mt. Ascutney State Park) will be unaffected, both weekends.
 
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