YURT CLOSED for the winter season

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Wednesday, 4-10-19: Flash groom!!! Geneva, Tote, Zap, Annes, Bridge, View, Lower and Upper Pump, Nats, Larry Hall and Upper Pipe all freshly groomed this morning! This will be the last grooming run of the season as temps will be climbing from here on out. Please use caution near the brooks and streams as the melt progresses. There’s alot of water on the mountain above us that only has one way to go!

Thanks to all for a great winter season!

As the winter season winds down, please be mindful of brooks and streams this spring as high water levels can sometimes create hazardous conditions out on the trails. Once the snow has melted, we will close the trails until the frost has moved out of the soil, as we try to protect the fragile alpine soil structure below the trails. Please respect the closed signs and help us maintain the trail surfaces for hikers and bikers that use the trails throughout the summer and fall seasons!

Zap bridge 4-10-19

Zap bridge 4-10-19

Lynx track have been seen on some trails close to the yurt, and an otter slide has appeared near the Tote/ Pulp Run intersection! We love our critters :)

Congrats to the hardy participants at the Moose Dash, and thanks to our faithful volunteers as well!

2019 Loppet VIDEO! Thank you Jeremy, you’re the best!

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We welcome all our friends from Titcomb Mountain, Pineland, Carters, Bethel Village Trails and Quarry Road- bring your season pass and get 50% off a day pass throughout the 2018-19 season!

 

We work hard to be good stewards of the land by preserving wildlife habitat, constructing erosion resistant trails, and encouraging old growth forests.

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Nestled at the base of Saddleback Mountain in Maine’s western mountains, our Trails Center has something for everyone. Spring, summer and fall, hikers and bikers enjoy the rolling terrain and scenic vistas. And in the winter months, with over 200 inches of annual snowfall, skiers, snowshoers and fat tire bikers savor our meticulously groomed trails. We are building a world-class multi-use trails system, but we cannot achieve our goals alone. Find out how you can help.