TRAILS CLOSED FOR EVERY 24 HOURS AFTER RAIN.
DRIVE SLOWLY ON VICTORY HILL ROAD
RIDE AT YOUR OWN RISK
RIDING IS FREE OF CHARGE
VH is a backcountry singletrack network and race venue on private land in rural Victory, Vermont. The network is comprised of 15 miles of casually maintained singletrack as well as logging road and parking. Riders must ride these trails at their own risk and expect challenging and at times dangerous trail elements which require good judgement when approaching. Please ride within your abilities.
Victory Hill Trails operates under a lease agreement with Conservation Collaboratives, the landowner of the 1000 forest, where the trails are located.
The network was started with log trails ridden for the inaugural CircumBurke Challenge in 2009. With encouragement from Dan Davis and Tim Tierney and many others, the trails expanded to serve the CircumBurke event, which has grown into an annual Kingdom Trails end-of-year tradition. Knight Ide and Ryan McEvoy of IdeRide have most recently raised the bar by designing and building world class gravity oriented trails like Middle Finger, Leif’s and Mac Attack, which are now link to our original rake and ride trails.
We host the Victory Hill Enduro in May as well as in August’s CLIF Enduro East – World Series Qualifier.
Victory Hill is about 7 miles ride by bike from East Burke, via Lodge Trail, Camptown and CCC Road. It is 12 miles away from East Burke by car.
Directions: The trails are accessed from a logging road gate and turnaround across from 2871 Victory Hill Road in victory, Vermont (If you reach Victory Hill Kennels you have gone 150 yards too far).
In the winter, backcountry skiers sometimes ski the south slopes of Umpire Mt. which are accessible from the same aforementioned location on Victory Hill Rd. A nice ski video was recently produced which documents this approach: http://vimeo.com/37909423