Saturday, October 25, 2008

Green Mountain National Forest (Vermont) opens trails to equestrians

The Green Mountain National Forest is opening 35 miles of existing trails to horseback riders. The trails are in the towns of Woodford, Glastenbury, Winhall and Stratton.

Although the trails have been designated, Reeves said signs identifying where the new uses are acceptable won't be posted until next year. The service is also working on maps with the new trails highlighted. When available, the maps will be posted on the service's Web site.

Read the whole article. "Existing trails in Green Mountain National Forest opened to horses, cyclists"


Rising Rainbow said...

We could use more equestrian trails around here.

Grey Horse Matters said...

That sounds great. Wish Vermont wasn't so far to trailer to. We all need more trails available to horses.

Five O'Clock Somewhere said...

My dad lives in Vermont, and the trails around his house are endless and beautiful. I love going out for a trail ride with him when I go to visit. We have nothing like that where I live :-(.