We have been working on new trails this summer to connect the Endless Brook and the Fairgrounds trailheads! Please refer to the map below and the Trail System Status Update below to identify all parking access points & info that you need to know!
Thanks! #BeGoodNeighbors #ThankYouLandowners
(1) Our trails and parking lots are currently OPEN!
- The East Poultney Bridge on Thrall Road is CLOSED as of 5/26/20 through 2024 (yes, that long) to vehicular traffic. It is open for pedestrian and bicycle traffic. Detour signs posted.
(2) Parking Reminders
(3) Stay home if you are sick, or may have been exposed to COVID-19.
(4) Practice social distancing on trails, intersections, and at trailheads!
Please “arrive, play and leave”, as per the updated Governor's order.
- Please no tailgating or gathering at trailheads, on trails or at intersections!
- Keep voices down close to the trailhead as voices carry to neighboring yards.
(5) Know Before You Go:
Please respect these guidelines to ensure our trails stay open! Thank you to our generous landowners! IF you like our trails, please DONATE, JOIN, or VOLUNTEER! Thank you for your cooperation and support!
Other Useful Tips & Reminders:
READ TRAIL ETIQUETTE & MUD SEASON INFO BELOW!
- Trails and COVID-19 (Trail Finder)
- Favorite our network to see reports and get updates.
- See current trail conditions and any closures/advisories.
- Use the app to navigate while you are on the trails and offline.
- Submit Trail Condition Reports you see while out on the trails (photos help).
- You may also use the "Report Issue" form on our website ( at this time you can't include photos without sending an additional email).
As with other trails systems in New England, SVT does not recommend you hike, run or ride bikes on trails until trails are dry. Sometimes this isn't until sometime in late April or May. Choose your adventure wisely this time of year!
As a non-profit trail stewardship organization that relies upon volunteers for annual and emergency trail maintenance we ask that you abide by the following when using our trails:
1) Before you head out, check SVT Trail Conditions. You should do this wherever you want to hike/bike anyhow as a regular practice.
2) Avoid trails when they are thawing (warm) or after rain. Go earlier or later in the day when trails are frozen.
3) Avoid leaving ruts & footprints.
4) Avoid going around puddles & ice,this widens trails.
5) Seek alternative, drier options if you can't follow the above
If you are unfamiliar with Mud Season protocol. we recommend reading this blog post by the Green Mountain Club.
Also watch this video by Leave No Trace Centers for Outdoor Ethics about Durable Surfaces.
Thank you ! We hope to see you at a Spring Trail Clean Up Day in the future!
The SVT trail network and gravel ride network are on TrailFinder.info !
Use this resource to find other trail networks in Vermont by type of activity, location, etc!