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Winter 2013-2014 – No Pass Required! Trails Open to All!

The winter of 2013-2014 is forecast to be a great one for anyone who likes snow on the Millstone Trails.  We are trying out a new program for this winter – No Pass Required!  That’s right, come out walk, snowshoe, ski and ride your fat bike on the Millstone Trails this winter with our compliments…

Here are the details:

We have decided to cut back on grooming this year. Only Mainline and #6 will be groomed as in past years.  In addition, we’ll be doing some “light” grooming on Woodside, Serenity, Locomotion, and Heifer Pasture as well.

The entire network of trails is open to fat bikes, skiers, snowshoers and walkers.  No trail pass is required for winter use this year – trail passes will return in spring for mountain biking.  

Although trail passes are hibernating for the winter, Millstone Trails still  must cover the expenses of grooming, plowing, and trailwork.  Please consider making a donation to your favorite central Vermont multi-use, four season, spectacularly scenic, fantastically friendly trail network.

Questions, e-mail us at MillstoneTrailsVermont@gmail.com or call us (802) 277-0144.  

 


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