All winter use tires must be wider than 3.5″ and tire pressure must be less than 10 psi.

Mountain Bike Trails

Upon your arrival and purchase of a pass, Kingdom Trails’ staff members at the Welcome Center, will tailor a route on our highly detailed map to fit your rider level, length of desired ride and/or time. The staff will highlight trail options with brief terrain descriptions for you to follow or you can branchout as you feel comfortable. We want you to have the safest and most enjoyable riding experience. All trails are well marked with signs.The Trail system is located on these areas but everything is interconnected.

You can access all these trails from our parking locations.

Darling Hill holds the majority of our singletrack trails. Situated on one of the more picturesque hills in Vermont, these trails wind through a wooded and pastoral setting.

This system has trails for all levels of abilities, whether it’s the old cart roads and  doubletrack trails for beginners; or tight, fast, flowing, singletrack for riders of all abilities. Some of the more renown trails are Tap n’ Die, Sidewinder, Troll Stroll, Kitchel, Tody’s Tour, Coronary Bypass, Pines, and Webs. We know you will be talking about some of these trails long after your visit.

Darling Hill Trails are open for Mountain Biking starting early May and close October 31st. Up to the minute trail openings/ closures and alerts can be viewed on Trailhub. Mark Kingdom Trails as a favorite and you’ll get important alerts!

Burke Mountain: On the shoulder of Burke Mountain there are a variety of trails aimed at the intermediate and advanced riders. These trails usually are ready to open by the end of May. Some favorites include Dead Moose Alley, Camptown, Lower J-Bar, Moose Alley and Burnham Down.

 

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