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Hinesburg Town Forest
Avg Rating: (4.50 out of 5) 4 trail reviews
Difficulty: Intermediate bike trail - Intermediate
Length: 15 miles Global Rank: #691
Tread: Singletrack Configuration: Network
Ridden: 10 Wishlist: 6
0 trail check-ins Climb // Descend
+3,500 // -3,100 feet
 
 
 
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Description
This is a network about 15 miles in lenght. A trail Kiosk is at the parking area with a description of trails. There is a small selection of easy trails but most are quite steep and technically challenging. These trails are maintained by the Fellowship of the Wheel

added by jbl Bunny Hop on March 24, 2009

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bike&ike on October 14, 2012
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Review: Great riding. Wet leaves on the ground so we took it slow but there are a lot of trails for all experiences. We had a ton of fun!

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JerryC on September 21, 2012
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Review: Road this trail today, trail was clear of leaves but I could see where this could be a very difficult trail system to follow if you were new to the area and the leaves were down. As far as trail markers, they are confusing and not well laid out. The three starting points do not indicate where you are on the trail relative to the posted map. If you are not use to riding in the upper north east and your experience is out west or the Blue Ridge Mountains (which is mine), this is a very type of trails. There are no long climbs with a long pay back. The trails twist and rise up and down, lots of roots, lots of rocks, our skills bike hanlding skills will be tested. There must have been a severe windstorm lately because there are many trees still down, some blocking the trails. Overall, this was a very good, challenging system. It was hard for me as I was alone and didn't know the area. What complicates location on the trails, is none of them are labeled.

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Asfyxiate on October 26, 2009
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Review: Well.. depending on which spot you choose to enter, you'll have a climb regardless. Me and two buddies ripped through here today and there were leaves everywhere, making the trail harder to notice. We took the Homestead route up and through Nature Boy. That lead us to the Wheel of Fellowship, which is like a small open area with a few obstacles. From there we climbed even more hill on the VAST trail and from there to Sheep Thrills. A great place to ride, and luckily there was nobody on the trails! Carse Hills and Sleepy Hollow rides are also in the area.

Similar Trail: Sleepy Hollow Ski And Bike Center

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8valvegrowl on September 18, 2009
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Review: Some of the most challenging terrain/trails within easy access to Burlington. Lots of great stuff for the intermediate/advanced level rider. Be prepared to spend hours exploring here, great for epic afternoon/evening rides.

Similar Trail: Sleepy Hollow

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