Bike parks in Vermont.
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Dates: Opens June 18th: weekends
Trails: With 5 single-track trails of varying difficulty, and an advanced freestyle trail, the Kingdom Trails Network can be accessed from atop the Sherburne Express Chairlift at Burke Mountain.
Details: Make it out on June 25th for the Grand Opening and ribbon cutting ceremony.
Dates: Opens July 1st
Trails: Killington Resort features over 45 miles of trail that spreads across five mountain areas, dropping 1,700 vertical feet. Ride the K-1 gondola to access downhill, cross-country, and single-track trails, as well as the skills park.
Details: Guided tours and mountain bike rentals are available at the K-1 Lodge.
Dates: Currently Open (Weekends)
Trails: Utilizing single-track, old town roads, and ski trails; Mount Snow offers over 35 miles of lift-access biking. Trails are primarily downhill, with some single-track loops as well.
Details: Bike and equipment rentals are available through the resort.
Dates: Weather dependent
Trails: The trail network at Sugarbush stretches over 18 miles, and offers something for all ages and abilities. Riders can reach single-track cross-country trails atop Lincoln Peak.
Details: Bike and equipment rentals are available through the Adventure Gear Shop.