UVMBA

Please read our statement regarding COVID-19

UVMBA maintains and expands access to multi-use, non-motorized trails in the Upper Valley of NH and VT, including the towns of Lebanon, Hanover, Hartford, Norwich, Plainfield and others. We are a volunteer, community-driven organization dedicated to being responsible trail stewards.

You can check out what we have been up to at uvmba.org/about/board-activity.

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happy to help with the Mascoma River Greenway tunnel GRAND OPENING #mrg #community ... See MoreSee Less

happy to help with the Mascoma River Greenway tunnel GRAND OPENING #mrg #communityImage attachment

Many thanks to all who showed up our trail work day- and got a TON done. Some new trail for the Craft>Burnt cutover, Rte 10 work, a great next exit and other improvements to Rail it, and lots more rock work. We couldn't do it without you! ... See MoreSee Less

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You guys rock!! Trails were mint we got out before we saw anyone and met a bunch on the trails!! Things are top notch!!

Nice you guys and thank you! Wanted to be there but had other plans already.

Trail work day: 9 am next Sunday July 11th at Nature Walk trailhead!
Bring your family and friends, shovels, rakes, buckets and wheelbarrows and prepare to get dirty. Pizza to follow
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Trail work day: 9 am next Sunday July 11th at Nature Walk trailhead! 
Bring your family and friends, shovels, rakes, buckets and wheelbarrows and prepare to get dirty. Pizza to follow

Fest time! our friends at Ascutney are hosting the Flow State Festival in the end of July.Calling all you awesome volunteers!!! We need your help to make the FLOW STATE Mountain Bike Festival a success. If you can spare a few hours to lend a hand and be part of the cool fest crew, we sure would appreciate it. Sign up is easy - jump into the link below to learn more, and we are especially in need of help with some of the less glamorous (but just as important) jobs of serving at the beer tent, security/ID checking and tear down. You’ll get a fest tee as a memento, and a few extra perks depending on how many shifts you sign up for. Thanks in advance!!
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#volunteers #volunteersrock #mountainbiking #festival #mtbfestival #flowstatefestival #ascutneytrails #ascutney #ascutneyoutdoors #ascutneytrailsassociation
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Fest time! our friends at Ascutney are hosting the Flow State Festival in the end of July.

Now open! Thanks for supporting local trail building, Cabot! ... See MoreSee Less

Now open! Thanks for supporting local trail building, Cabot!

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Great fun trail.

Hurricane trail day this Sat

sign up requested, details below
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WORKDAY AND ADOPT-A-TRAIL IN THE HARTFORD TOWN FOREST AND HURRICANE FOREST WILDLIFE REFUGE Help keep our Town trails maintained by joining our Spring Workday and/or adopting one this year! Spring Workday in the Hartford Town Forest: When: Saturday, June 19 from 8:30am-12pm Where: Meet the main Town Forest parking lot kiosk on Reservoir Road. 43.644358, -72.372040 Directions: Take Route 4 to Center of Town Road. Turn onto Kings Highway. Go ½ mile & turn right onto Reservoir Road. Go straight until you reach the Trailhead Parking Area What: Come help us build some bridges and improve tread sections Cookout to follow! How: Sign up for Saturday June 19 Workday forms.gle/wxQKFBpFiRoRD27W6 Adopt- a- Trail in the Hartford Town Forest and/or Hurricane Forest Wildlife Refuge · Sign up to Adopt a Trail Section docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1XIgBDXg8fe9p0VgQmWaLWgFuAXJdSb9ignt36Iyzt-o/edit · You are welcome to sign up for multiple sections! · Instructions are in the second tab of the signup sheet. · Perform work at your convenience from June 15-September 30. · Have Fun! For any questions and additional information please email or call the Hartford Town Planner Matt Osborn, mosborn@hartford-vt.org or 802 478-1118. Thanks for your interest and willingness to help maintain the trails at the Hartford Town Forest and Hurricane Wildlife Refuge!

Save the dates! Trail work days (deets below)

Sat June 19 Hurricane
Sun July 11 Landmark
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Boston lot trail day details TBA

Spring Workday in the Hartford Town Forest: When: Saturday, June 19 from 8:30am-12pm Where: Meet the main Town Forest parking lot kiosk on Reservoir Road. 43.644358, -72.372040 Directions: Take Route 4 to Center of Town Road. Turn onto Kings Highway. Go ½ mile & turn right onto Reservoir Road. Go straight until you reach the Trailhead Parking Area What: Come help us build some bridges and improve tread sections Cookout to follow! How: Sign up for Saturday June 19 Workday here: docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1XIgBDXg8fe9p0VgQmWaLWgFuAXJdSb9ignt36Iyzt-o/edit#gid=0 Adopt- a- Trail in the Hartford Town Forest and/or Hurricane Forest Wildlife Refuge · Sign up to Adopt a Trail Section docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1XIgBDXg8fe9p0VgQmWaLWgFuAXJdSb9ignt36Iyzt-o/edit · You are welcome to sign up for multiple sections! · Instructions are in the second tab of the signup sheet. · Perform work at your convenience from June 15-September 30. · Have Fun! For any questions and additional information please email or call the Hartford Town Planner Matt Osborn, mosborn@hartford-vt.org or 802 478-1118. Thanks for your interest and willingness to help maintain the trails at the Hartford Town Forest and Hurricane Wildlife Refuge!

Happy to help out the Lebanon Conservation Commission with some bridge building. Special shout out to Frank and Henry Korn for coming out! ... See MoreSee Less

Happy to help out the Lebanon Conservation Commission with some bridge building. Special shout out to Frank and Henry Korn for coming out!

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So proud of you guys❤️

So proud of my favorite trail builders! Frank Korn and Henry! Xo

Looking awesome Frank and Henry Korn!! 😘

volunteer efforts have moved time!Grab your helmets and water bottles! Thanks to the volunteer efforts of the Pemi and Upper Valley mountain bike clubs, we were able to get the trails cleaned up and ready to ride earlier than normal. We are happy to announce that our mountain bike trails are open for the season. See you out there!

For lots of useful info including trail maps and parking directions, check out our newly updated website at www.greenwoodlandsfoundation.org
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volunteer efforts have moved time!

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woo-hoo! thank you , I can’t wait to check the trails out

New entrance "feature" at Nature Walk ... See MoreSee Less

New entrance feature at Nature Walk

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thanks to AJ Miltner

Sorry, where is Nature walk?

UVMBA board members trying out e-mtbs, courtesy of Hanover Adventure Tours ... See MoreSee Less

UVMBA board members trying out e-mtbs, courtesy of Hanover Adventure Tours

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Are e-bikes allowed on all the local trails?

Pitching in: trail work day at Green Woodlands today (special greens plate allowed some riding during work) - for tons more trail days, see the UVMBA calendar uvmba.org/calendar/ ... See MoreSee Less

Pitching in: trail work day at Green Woodlands today (special greens plate allowed some riding during work) - for tons more trail days, see the UVMBA calendar https://uvmba.org/calendar/
🧀 trail- stay tuned

classic Boston Lot with J and J
pc: J Halstead, rider: J Moore
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classic Boston Lot with J and J
pc: J Halstead, rider: J Moore

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Janet Wakana Moore Did you make it up the other side?

Straight talk about trail etiquette ... See MoreSee Less

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