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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.

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As mentioned yesterday the Lost A Lot trail running race is coming up Saturday. This is an annual event that attracts folks from all over to experience and enjoy our great trail system. If you aren't running the race but would like to help out there are a couple opportunities:

Sweep - follow behind the runners, picking up any lost objects, helping out anyone lost/hurt
Water Station - out on the trail, probably at an intersection, helping folks refuel and with any questions/directions

I've swept on a handful of these and it's a great excuse to get out on the bike and help out. If you'd like to volunteer drop Paul Coats an email at: Paul.Coats@lebanonnh.gov

-Jerry
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This year’s Lost A Lot trail running race is coming up this Saturday the 22nd. We wanted to give everyone a heads up that they’ll be out flagging the course (highlighted in red) starting today. After the race it may be another day or so before the flags are cleaned up. If you’re planning a ride this weekend you might want to do the Crafts/Quarry area. ... See MoreSee Less

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Want to pitch in and help out on a new local trail? Omer and Bob's Tuesday night ride group is tenatively planning to do trail work at the Goodwin Town forest for next 3 Tuesday evenings while we still have some light.

"We'll be meeting at the Goodwin Town forest entrance on Goose Pond Road in Hanover. Directions: We'll be getting on Etna Road off of rte 120 and continue onto Hanover center road which turns into Baker Hill road and then make a right onto Goose pond Road. There is a sign for the Goodwin town Forest parking lot on the right a bit after the AT crosses the road. We will have a good selection of trail tools available there, but feel free to bring along your own favorite trail tools."
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