Mountain Biking

E-Bike Friendly!

Upcoming Events

Sat 10/19 VOBA MTB Enduro, Group Rides & Family Fun Day


Sat 8/10, noon - 5pm Mountain Bike Demo w/ Earl's

Wed 8/21, 5:30-8pm Slaydies Bolton Enduro Pre-Ride

Thurs 8/22, 5-8pm Vermont Grassroots Enduro  -  Race Results from 8/22

Sun 9/1, 11am-3pm Rocky Mountain Bicycles Free Demo (e-MTB's too!) with Outdoor Gear Exchange

Sat 9/28, 11am-5pm WCHMS Ride for Children's Mental Health


# Trail Name Status
1 One Love Open
2 Double Down


Closed for Race 9:30-11

3 Lavine's Open
4 Lavine's Connector Open
5 Racecourse


Closed for Race 9:30-11

6 Pit Loop Open
7 Right Brothers Closed
8 Ledges Open
9 OO Open
10 Coleslaw Closed
11 Outslaw Open
12 Breakout Closed
13 Waterfall Open
14 Hydra Open
15 Little Rock Open
16 Danger Pond Open
17 Sleepy Hollow Open
18 Boulder Gap Open
19 Powerlines Open
20 Enchanted Forest



21 Bottom Out Open
22 Camp Loop Open
23 Camp Ride Open
24 Progression Zone Open
25 Pumptrack Coming Soon
26 Broken Bridge Open
27 Wilderness Work Road Open
28 Vista Work Road Open
29 Swing Open
30 Spring O' Pine Open
31 Lower Villager Open
32 Upper Villager Open

Mountain biking returned to Bolton in the summer of 2018 with the revival of 7 classic downhill trails, and the birth of a new downhill/climbing trail. This summer we're proud to annouce that the trail system has been expanded to a 26 trails and areas including:Bolton Valley is home to a growing system of raw, rowdy, and ripping mountain bike trails that will give you the chance to  test your skills and nerve, or just a great opportunity to practice and improve your skills.

  • 21 Downhill Trails (3 Intermediate, 13 Advanced, 5 Expert)
  • 1 Downhill & Climbing Trail (Intermediate)
  • 2 Loop Trails (1 Beginner and 1 Intermediate)
  • 1 Progression/Skills Practice Area (Beginner and Intermediate Features)
  • 1 Pumptrack (Coming Soon)

Bikers are also invited to share use of the various work roads around Bolton Valley. Work roads offer alternative uphill routes to access the downhill trails, as well as additional approachable downhill routes in themselves. When utilizing these routes, we do ask bikers to watch out for hikers, runners, and maintenance vehicles.

If that wasn't enough, e-bikes are allowed on all of the mountain biking trails, with uphill travel on work roads only. If you've never tried e-bikes, keep an eye on our events calendar for upcoming demo days.

Bolton Valley Mountain Biking & Hiking Map Summer 2019

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2018 Bolton Valley Mountain Bike Revival Video: