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Mt. Biking Kingdom Trails, VT

Mt. Biking Kingdom Trails, VT

For Columbus Day 2019, a group of 9 of us made our way to the Kingdom Trails in East Burke, Vermont. Organized by PureADK Pioneer, Dan Fallon, and friends, we made our way over to neighboring Vermont for a weekend of riding in this mecca for mountain bikers. To ride these trails, one must obtain a day pass or sign up for an annual pass.

 

For more information on the trail system, visit KingdomTrails.org

In addition, check out our mountain biking page for info on trails and riding opportunities in the Adirondacks.



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