Several different trails to choose from. Miles and miles and miles of trails. Bikes are allowed on Forest Service roads when those roads are not posted closed to bikes.
You'll find several fun rides on U.S. Forest Service roads that are smooth, dirt roads with easy grades. They were originally intended for access to the backcountry by national Forest Service employees, but now they are used mostly to access recreational areas such as hiking trailheads. Be sure to check out the Natural Turnpike and Steammill Roads Rides an easy to moderate 23 mile look. The Minnie Baker Trail, Leicester Hollow Trail, Hogback Mountain and Silver Lake Trail are trails that are designated open to mountain bikes. Other trails may be opened for mountain bikes a group of users agree to make the improvements and then maintain them. The terrain and soils also have to be suitable
Please contact the local ranger if you are interested in donating time to trail maintance.
How to get there:
All of the above trails start and end at Blueberry Hill Inn,which is located on the Goshen Road, halfway between Ripton on VT 125 and Goshen on VT 73.
Forest rangers need the support of mountain bikers who wish to ride here. Today there are are three