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From gravel and mountain biking to winter fat biking, cyclists enjoy four seasons of biking in the Kingdom. Gravel roads can be found all across the Kingdom and along with our list below, use NEK Gravel to navigate locally-reviewed and approved rides.
Whether you’re an advanced biker or just looking to get out and experience nature, there’s a trail for every kind of adventure. Explore mellow, flowing trails or head out on a wooded trail to get your adrenaline pumping. Head out on a guided tour or create your own self-guided tour.
Biking in NEK doesn't go away when the snow falls. Fatbiking, or snow biking, uses an off-road bicycle with oversized tires to traverse trails in the snow. Trails are groomed specifically for this activity, so check out the locations below for more information on trail conditions and where to ride.
Bike on 31 miles of snowmobile groomed singletrack. Fatbiking is a condition and equipment dependent sport, be sure to check Kingdom Trails conditions before you ride.
The Lamoille Valley Rail Trail is a historic treasure extending across some of Northern Vermont’s most beautiful landscapes. Enjoy 33 miles of snowmobile groomed trail open to all non-motorized recreational activities. Signs posted at trail entrances summarize the allowed uses and expectations.
Enjoy mountain biking, cross-country biking, and the new Burke Bike Park while you visit Burke Mountain. Find everything from easy and flowy to a triple diamond trail. Lessons and bike rentals available.
Danville and St. Johnsbury are trailheads for this new multi-purpose trail initiative. Enjoy a variety of biking trails, each approximately a mile and a half long.
Explore over 100 miles of pristine, non-motorized biking trails. Kingdom Trails works with private landowners, businesses, and agencies to create, manage, and protect outdoor recreation and trails throughout the eastern side of the Kingdom.
Johnsbury is the trailhead for this four-season rail trail. 17 miles of trail have been completed to Joe’s Pond in West Danville. Visit the pavilion located on Bay Street for picnic and biking amenities.
Sign up for a biking instructional clinic or tour of the Kingdom and nearby trail networks.
Explore over 12 miles of groomed trails that cut through farms, fields, and forests. Always check trail reports before heading out.
Ski trails convert to biking trails during the summer months, allowing visitors to experience Craftsbury Outdoor Center during all seasons. Enjoy over 10 miles of single track trails, which offer a mix of rooty to rocky flow.
Nestled on the western side of Bridgman Hill, Hardwick Trails offers over 4.5 miles of fun and challenging single track mountain biking trails. They also offer a variety of other non-motorized activities including hiking and winter snowshoeing.
Enjoy over 16 miles of well-maintained, multi-use trails spread over 240 acres of beautiful terrain. Beginning with the first snow, JCRC Nordic trails are open to all — from fat biking to cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and hiking.
Easy and free access to a system of over 15 miles of beautiful and well-marked trails for biking and other non-motorized recreation.
Jay Peak is now offering summer and fall mountain biking! Explore their beginner or intermediate routes, which consist of mountain paths, wooded sections of single track, gravel roads, and multi-purpose trails offering expansive views of peaks and valleys.
Escape to nature and explore wildlife-rich forests and fields as you ride along Memphremagog Trails. Explore a growing network of single and double-track riding, available in both winter and summer.
Spin your wheels along Lake Memphremagog, exploring the waterfront in downtown Newport to Bluffside Farm and beyond, all the way to the Canadian border.