14 Aug 3 Amazing Places to Mountain Bike in Stowe, VT
Stowe, VT is a world-class, three-season destination for mountain bikers with many trails open throughout spring, summer, and fall. There are options for all levels; from moderate rolling hills, to bracing single-track, to exhilarating downhill trails at popular ski resorts.
If your idea of a fun vacation involves exploring off the beaten trail on two-wheels, take a look at all of the opportunities for mountain biking in Stowe, VT!
Mountain Biking in Stowe, VT
Why are Stowe’s mountain bike trails so good? It’s because many of Vermont’s ski resorts have invested in their trail networks for mountain bikers during the off season! Here are three excellent examples located in and around Stowe, VT:
Stowe offers a vast network of over 30 miles of trails, all managed by the vibrant Stowe Mountain Bike Club. The trails are accessible both from the resort and from the village of Stowe. Visit the Stowe Mountain Bike Club’s website for updated information, trail conditions, and trail maps.
With specialized clinics and camps, Smuggler’s Notch offers choices for mountain bikers of all ages and all skill levels. The resort continues to expand its offerings for mountain biking, recently adding both a slopeside features park as well as a pump track. Bike rentals and trail maps are available in the on-site bike shop.
13 Miles of well-maintained trails (beginner to advanced) are open from May to November at the legendarily scenic Trapp Family Lodge. Coaching and guided tours are also available for those who want to hone skills or spend a day exploring!
And for those who want a little Austrian-style refreshment, Trapp’s new Vermont brewery is located right on the trail!
The network of maintained single and double track mountain bike trails in Stowe is enough to keep even the most avid mountain biker happy for their entire stay in the Green Mountains. Ready to join us? Visit our Promotions page, and book your stay at Edson Hill for a Stowe, Vermont mountain biking adventure to remember!
Love exploring on two wheels but prefer a more casual ride? Check out our blog all about the Stowe Recreation Path!