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Trail Updates for Rutland County

Photo Credit: Dirt Rag Magazine

While we wait for Killington Resort to open for Mountain biking we’ve found surrounding trail networks to be running quite well.  Pine Hill Park and Green Mountain Trails are our closest trail networks for mountain biking and have seen minimal rain in this past weeks weather.  There is a slight chance of rain this coming weekend and into next week, but not enough to damage trail conditions.  Here’s the trail updates for the surronding trails in the Killington Area.

Pine Hill Park: 

Pine Hill has the tendency to dry out very quickly.  Currently open 100%, this is a great place to ride for the intermediate rider looking to get some miles in.  It can also prove fun for the more advanced riders with small rock features and technical trails like stegosaurus.  Trail work has been occurring on Droopy Muffing and Sore Elbow reroute, so be aware of trail works and soft trail conditions in those sections.  There are womens group rides every thursday at 6:00PM and kids rides on friday.

10314008_10204150572943345_2881745410596138853_nGreen Mountain Trails: 

GMT is a hidden gem boast long flowy singletrack.  These trails tend to dry a bit slower and you can expect wet patches here and there.  Make sure your cardio is in decent shape for this trail network though as the goods are only reachable after a 6 mile uphill climb.  Most certainly worth the uphill battle and an absolute must for any bike enthusiast.


Friday, June 19th: 30% Chance of Rain, Partly Cloudy Skies with temps in the upper 60’s.  Strong Gusts reaching 25MPH in some areas.

Saturday June 20th: Sunny with temps in the low 70’s and calm winds.

Sunday June 21st: Chance of showers/ thunderstorms 70%, Hi temps in the low 70’s

Monday June 22nd:  Slight chance of showers in the morning, clearing to partly cloudy skies and temps in the mid 70’s


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