Catamount Family Outdoor Center

3.50 out of 5
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↑ 2,300 ft
↓ 2,200 ft
elevation (ft)

Trail Description
About this trail
Located in Williston, Vermont, Catamount is a paid trail net work and worth every penny. This is a stop on the Pro-XCT circuit and hosts some fantastic trails. This network is a great stop for the family and offers a number of summer camp options for younger riders. There's also onsite lodging options! For more information on trails, camps or lodging please visit:
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Reviews (3)

Granny Gear

October 12, 2017
TheShuttle Granny Gear  
Review: Had a great ride on a beautiful day the first of October. The field was a little loopy, but once we found the trails going up the power line things got really good!

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Granny Gear

July 8, 2016
Review: I live right next to Catamount, but mostly road ride. But when I want to mtn bike, I go elsewhere. The trail system, especially on the side opposite the house, the interesting side, is incredibly confusing and poorly marked. The people are nice, the trails always passable, but I always get lost and can't follow a map, ever. And I've tried many a time. Seems that if it's a pay-for trail, that they can take the time to mark it better and have a map that can be followed.

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Granny Gear

February 22, 2019
Review: Terri, In September of 2018, I had my very first experience at Catamount Outdoor Family Center, I could relate with the trail confusion. Since then I have seen numerous new trail signs and arrow adjustments, new maps have been made and are much more modern, (new you are here signs are still needed) more details are available related to each trail/arrow loop (ex. length, total ascent, max elevation, etc.). I hope this review helps bring more people to the facility, they have definitely seen better days but they seem to be climbing towards bigger and better things.

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June 15, 2015
1Chain Gramcounter  
Review: Just spent a nice day here.
Pros: Lovely woods, variety of trails for beginner-intermediate, privately owned and ride-able even when wet as the trails stay open.
Cons: Lack of steep technical trails, I guess there is not much they can do about that, however! Cliffs of Insanity didn't live up to its name. There are some fun and more challenging trails if you ascend to Indian Lookout on the east side of the property, but even then , I only found a few ways down the steep section, had a great time down Bear Run, Labyrinth and Geronimo. Also the trail markings could use some work, pretty confusing system as there is no map that shows the color-coded routes that I could find

Great place for families!

Similar Trail: in terms of skill level, similar to sunny hollow.

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Catamount Family Outdoor Center MTB Trail 3.50 out of 5 based on 3 ratings. 3 user reviews.
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