Suzanne Loring

Burlington

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  1. French Hill - Cycling

    Burlington

    A great hill workout, this ride has a one mile hill that gets the legs burning on the way up or offers a thrilling ride on the way down. Enjoy it one way or the other or both.

  2. Catamount Outdoor Family Center - Mountain Biking

    Burlington

    Great pay-to-play area minutes from downtown Burlington for beginner to advanced riders. Offers a variety of terrain and an amazing landscape with views.

  3. Perry Hill - Trail Running

    Burlington

    Prepare to climb. A favorite running spot for locals full of uphill challenges and fast, fun descents. The first hill is a challenge even by Vermont standards.

  4. Island Line Trail - Road Running

    Burlington

    Runners of all levels looking for a scenic route have hit the jackpot. While the trail is flat it is also flexible offering runners the option of a quick three mile route or its longest 28 mile out and back.

  5. Adams Camp Loop - Trail Running

    Burlington

    Originally built for mountain biking, this five mile loop makes for an amazingly fun and challenging trail run as well. Just run it counter-clockwise and you’re good to go.

  6. Cady Hill Forest - Trail Running

    Burlington

    A fun climb to start leads into a variety of rolling terrain and steeper, more technical options. Runners will find the trails challenging and beautiful.

  7. Trapp Family Lodge - Mountain Biking

    Burlington

    A gradual progression of trails from beginner to expert in the heart of Stowe’s Green Mountains. Panoramic vistas of the surrounding countryside make for beautiful riding.

  8. Wes White Loop - Road Running

    Burlington

    This is a scenic, 10-mile loop that takes runners over rolling hills through a quintessential Vermont landscape. A hearty workout overall, this loop also offers the potential for a very challenging hill workout if desired.

  9. Warren and Ruth Beeken Rivershore Trail - Trail Running

    Burlington

    This is an easy out and back trail totaling six miles that snakes along the shores of the Winooski River. While the Rivershore Trail itself is flat, there is potential to link with other trail areas for pretty extensive hill workouts.

  10. Catamount Outdoor Family Center - Trail Running

    Burlington

    Great pay-to-play area minutes from downtown Burlington for beginner to expert runners. Catamount’s trails offer everything from rolling 5Ks to steeper longer routes.

  11. Millstone Trails - Mountain Biking

    Burlington

    A most unique spot for mountain biking, Millstone was built in and around of a bunch old of granite quarries and is full of technical trails, rock piles and quarry ponds. A favorite of many locals.

  12. Adams Camp Loop - Mountain Biking

    Burlington

    One of the best five-mile loops in the area offering a gradual uphill climb to a flowy technical descent. This is one you’ll want to do again.

  13. Mobbs Farm - Trail Running

    Burlington

    Scenic from start to finish, this trail system is off the beaten path and makes for a gorgeous run through wooded trails, pastures and wetlands. A wonderful escape just outside Burlington.

  14. Rollin Irish Loop - Road Running

    Burlington

    A half-marathon length loop of rolling hills along beautiful back country roads of Vermont. Extremely scenic and fun, but not for the faint of heart.

  15. Bolton Access Road - Cycling

    Burlington

    Four miles of steep up and a thrill ride all the way back down. Brutal climb and killer scenery...think you can handle it?

  16. Irish Hill Loop - Cycling

    Burlington

    Clocking in just over 10.5 miles, this route has beautiful views and an intense ascent that will get your blood pumping. Perfect for a quick before or after work ride.

  17. Island Line Trail - Cycling

    Burlington

    Located in the heart of Burlington, the 14-mile Island Line Rail Trail is extraordinarily picturesque serving up the best views that Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks have to offer.

  18. Cady Hill Forest - Mountain Biking

    Burlington

    Steep and flowy. Twisting and turning. Technical and smooth. A destination location for riding.

  19. Mount Philo Loop - Cycling

    Burlington

    A picturesque, but hilly, 26-mile ride with amazing lake and mountain views. Ride has a more open feel than many routes along the typically forested roads of Vermont.

  20. Pine Hill Park - Mountain Biking

    Burlington

    This 300 acre trail system is a natural mecca in an urban environment offering an extremely fun place to ride in a small setting. Don’t forget to check out the bridges!

  21. Snowflake Bentley Loop - Road Running

    Burlington

    An 8.6-miler that covers all the elements of a quintessential Vermont run: forests, farmlands, barns, rolling hills, mountains, dirt roads and even a little history for good measure.

  22. Kingdom Trails - Mountain Biking

    Burlington

    This legendary trail system offers over 100 miles of trails and is one of the most highly recommended areas for mountain biking in New England. Named Best Trail Network in North America by BIKE Magazine.

  23. Blueberry Lake - Mountain Biking

    Burlington

    This small trail system in the picturesque Mad River Valley offers fun, flowy riding and beautiful scenery. Perfect for beginner riders or more skilled ones looking to get some speed.

  24. Saxon Hill - Trail Running

    Burlington

    A small trail system but a lot of fun with decent climbs and enjoyable flowy descents that snake the runner back and forth, and in,out and around the wooded landscape.

  25. Island Loop - Cycling

    Burlington

    A good cruiser ride along island shore roads offering riders sweeping views of Lake Champlain and the surrounding mountains.