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Level: Intermediate
Length: 28 mi (45.1 km)
Surface: Fire Road
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +218/215 ft
Total: 11 riders
 

Mountain Biking Little River State Park

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#61 of 128 mountain bike trails in Vermont
#2970 in the world

Great rides. Serious uphill burn for the advanced rider. Multi-use gravel track.

Before you go
  • No Drinking water
  • No E-bikes permitted
  • Fat biking allowed in winter
  • No Fee required
  • No Lift service
  • No Night riding allowed
  • No Pump track
  • Restrooms
Getting there
From Jct. Hwy 100 and U.S. 2: Go 1-1/2 mi. W on U.S. 2, then 3-1/2 mi. N on Little River Rd. Located 30 miles south of Burlington just off I-89.
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  • fahrrad720606
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    Serious uphill on the fire road to start. I couldn't take the road loop back down because of avalanche closer. There is a single track uphill climb that takes a lot of the top burn out. The flow single track down was awesome (tabletop jumps, etc.).

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  • hollyanne99
    *****

    For the low miles of trail here, what is here, is great fun! We were visiting from the midwest, and had a "rain day" built in, but when it didn't really rain and we had hit all the trails we intended to, we decided to check this one out since we were camping in the park. We took the Dalley Loop in, but didn't realize there was a singletrack "up" trail with switchbacks we could use, so we rode the entire Dalley Loop around which is quite the extensive climb. This would be fantastic hill training! Hillfarmer was the "better" trail compared to starting on Highbridge, but both were enjoyable and were flowing downhill trails. After one run down, we realized we could take Stonewall up, and for all the climbing that it is, it actually has flow and goes quite well. Anyone that can make an uphill climb less than miserable has built a great trail! This flows into Bear Lane, and then you're back at the top. Just a few runs add up to an hour of riding, so you really can spend the day here just going up & down as many times as you'd like, but bring the cardio!

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  • steveilikebeer
    *****

    Wow. I just rode LRSP because this past weekend was free Vermont SP days, no charge to go in.
    LRSP is amazing. quite an unknown gem, in an area of Vermont where many of the popular trails are being ridden into the ground, this place is all fresh and buff.
    I rode the mighty "stonewall" trail just to make sure I knew I sucked at switchy uphill grinders, and then I enjoyed bear lane to ricker, where I accidentally enjoyed a 2 mile out and back. Then it was on to "Hillfarmer" off of the main old road, Dalley loop.
    Do not miss this trail, as it brings you to "Highbridge". This is the best DH flow trail I have ever ridden. period. LRSP has got the goods, and they is tucked away upon that mountain, where they wont get destroyed by all the glebelanders...
    Man, go find this place and wrangle a couple hours to shred the Vermont Gnar.
    super fine MTB action,boys.

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  • PGH Rider
    ****

    There is a new mountain bike trail built by WATA here. It has a nice singletrack switchbacked climb with a really fun flow trail back down.

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