2020 has shown us that Stowe’s trail system is invaluable to the community. We’ve overcome tremendous challenges over the past year, thanks in part to our trails and outdoor recreation access.

As Stowe Trails Partnership plans for its trails’ future, they want to hear from users, members, supporters and sponsors.

Take 3-5 minutes to complete the 2021 Trail Survey and help inform upcoming trail plans. Participants will be entered to win a pair of Darn Tough socks.

Find the survey at bit.ly/3tGDijn.

Stowe Trails Partnership has ambitious plans in 2021:

• The group has received permission to begin building the first double black, truly expert downhill trail in its network.

• In partnership with Vermont Adaptive, the group will refurbish a 7.2-mile loop in Cady Hill Forest for adaptive mountain bikers and users.

• Stowe Trails Partnership continues to make steady progress in securing access for the Sterling Connector Trail, to link the Adams Camp trails to the Sterling Forest network.

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