WOW, this is a kewl trail system! Nice easy two-trackttrails weave through granite quarries, huge slag piles, spectacular views, and some nice sculptures. There are a lot of trails here, and some are much harder than what we rode, but I didn’t need the challenge to thoroughly enjoy the riding.
There is a gate across path to Grand Point. I had to get off bike to get past, (worth it.) Will be working to change this.
One photo is of Roller Coaster trail, (wood track.) I did not ride it, and wouldn’t recommend it.
Trail Name: Mill Stone
Location: Websterville, Vermont
Type: Wide trail (≥ 30″), Start and end at the same point (Out-and-Back)
Rating: Adaptive Level 04
Steepest Section: Moderate – between 10-30º
Most Off-Camber Section: Mild – under 10º
Terrain: Mostly hardpack, minimal loose sections
Obstacles: Brush and/or other growth
Help Needed? Nope
Even more info: Mill Stone
Directions to Trailhead
I89 exit 6 toward S. Barre. Cross route 14 and head up hill. Go to Church Hill Road in Websterville. Ask at Store or bike shop.
…or google Mill Stone…