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Level: Intermediate
Length: 5 mi (8 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +862/724 ft
Total: 31 riders
 

Mountain Biking Carse Hills

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#10 of 121 mountain bike trails in Vermont
#896 in the world

Big climbs and miles of epic singletrack on 1000 acres of land contiguous to the Hinesburg Town Forest. Challenge yourself and plan a big ride out here soon.

Before you go
  • No Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • No Night riding allowed 
  • No Pump track 
  • No Restrooms 
Getting there
From Burlington: Heading south on Rt 116 take a left onto Hollow Road. Trail head will be on the left. Also you can access this trail from the Hinesburg Forest Trails via Lincoln Hill. Parking is on the shoulder to the south side of the road near the gravel pile and large log. Look for the blue Fellowship arrow.
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  • steveilikebeer
    *****

    Carse Hills is my backyard, I have a sweet routine for raging in this awesome network of killer trails: usually, my wife will shuttle me from home up Lincoln hill road(horrible elevator climb) to Henry's. ride up to Underground railroad or Repent and seek the Preacher to gas down the side of the mountain on some buff precision singletrack, complete with whoops, berms, and mad lines. I like to ride Crucible last, exit onto Hollow road, where it's 5 miles home on the pavement. Now that's a ride!!

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  • Phillychris498
    *****

    From what I rode at carse (mostly just Henry's highlands due to some time constraint) this place is sweet. It seems like you're always either going up or down, which I enjoyed a lot. Will be back next time I'm in Burlington.

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  • rogerk
    ****

    The previous review neglected to mention Henry's Highlands trail. In one direction its a fabulous climb, full of switchbacks that help make the grade very reasonable. In the other direction its an incredible flowing downhill filled with high-speed berms.

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  • 8valvegrowl
    *****

    Lots of techy climbing on the Front Door trail, Pinner/Slight Return are good intermediate trails. Repent and The Preacher are advanced. The Preacher includes lots of advanced freeride opportunities, with intermediate bailout options. Some of the best work that the Fellowship has done to date!

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