Suzanne Loring

Burlington

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  1. Island Loop - Cycling

    Burlington

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

  2. Perry Hill - Mountain Biking

    Burlington

    It’s a workout! Steep climbs and technical lines are a trademark of this local favorite. Recommended for solid intermediate to advanced riders.

  3. Small Town Loop - Cycling

    Burlington

    A scenic 25.7 mile ride through the countryside of three small, quintessential Vermont towns full of rolling hills, beautiful landscape and mountain views. A fun, traditional countryside blast.

  4. Trapp Family Lodge - Trail Running

    Burlington

    Beautiful running along twisting forest trails and through rolling pastures. Perfect for beginners and experts.

  5. Smugglers Notch Loop - Cycling

    Burlington

    A staunch ride around Mount Mansfield and through Smugglers Notch that gives riders a hearty workout and amazing views throughout.

  6. Jericho Loop - Cycling

    Burlington

    A ride along beautiful backcountry roads offering challenging rolling hills and panoramic vistas of the Vermont countryside and its surrounding mountains.

  7. Colchester Pond - Trail Running

    Burlington

    Not your average run around a town pond, this 3.5 miler offers hills and fun singletrack through the forest. Short, not intense, but fun.

  8. Mad River Riders Expert Loop - Mountain Biking

    Burlington

    One of the most talked about loops in the Mad River Valley offering advanced technical riding, climbs and a fast, flowy descent. Highly skilled riders preferred.

  9. Mud Pond - Trail Running

    Burlington

    This small trail system just outside Burlington offers decent climbs and fun descents. Perfect for a quick run before or after work.

  10. App Gap from Richmond - Cycling

    Burlington

    Known for its steep ascent over the App Gap, this classic Vermont ride offers cyclists unmatched views of the Mad River Valley and Camel’s Hump. Ride it if you can.

  11. Top 4 Spots Near Burlington to Grab a Beer After a Day on the Trails

    A local's guide to the top mountain biking trails around Burlington and the pubs you absolutely must visit afterwards for a post-ride pint.

  12. 82 Crag - Climbing

    Burlington

    Lying a bit off the beaten path, this popular crag is well-known for its great face climbs and hard sport routes. With most of the climbs ranging from 5.9-5.12 this crag is great fun for the more seasoned climber.

  13. Bolton Quarry - Climbing

    Burlington

    A small, multi-level crag with quirky, primarily sport climbs that will give your body and your mind a good workout. Great ice climbing in the winter.

  14. Bone Mountain - Climbing

    Burlington

    A remote crag in the hills of Bolton Valley offering many great climbs as well as a lot of undeveloped rock. Be sure to bring your hiking shoes, the approach is a long haul.

  15. Lower West Crag Bolton - Climbing

    Burlington

    Great for top roping and trad, this extremely popular small crag is easily accessible from town and just plain fun.

  16. MetroRock Station Vermont - Climbing

    Burlington

    The newest and largest indoor climbing gym in the Burlington area catering to climbers of all levels. Top rope, lead climb, boulder, lift weights and even practice yoga. It’s all here.

  17. Petra Cliffs Climbing Center and Mountaineering School

    Burlington

    An indoor climbing center offering climbing, bouldering and guiding in a friendly atmosphere with knowledgeable staff in downtown Burlington. If you want to learn how to climb or bring your game to the next level, this is this spot.

  18. Upper West Crag - Climbing

    Burlington

    One of the most popular and largest cliffs in the area with a variety of grades and styles. Beginners and seasoned climbers alike will have fun climbing here.

  19. Charlotte Covered Bridge Loop

    Burlington

    A classic country run, this 10-mile loop brings runners under two covered bridges and along the scenic backcountry roads and rolling hill landscape of Charlotte. Feels like miles away when its only minutes from downtown.