Unfortunately all recreational trails in the Victory Hill Sector have been closed to biking, hiking, hunting, hiking, and snowmobiling as a result of complications caused by an Act 250 Jurisdictional Opinon issued by the State of Vermont Act 250 Regional Coordinator, Kirsten Sultan, upon the request of Tracey Martel, Town Clerk and the Selectboard of Victory (For more information consult our facebook page)
Victory Hill Sector is a non-profit trail organization focused on building good trails, organizing events and protecting natural habitat on private forestland that was logged “heavily” ten years ago. Converted skid trails and wood roads which form the backbone for the single track network and provide connections to the Victory State Forest. The host landowner has invested thousands of hours and dollars in making the Victory Hill Sector’s trails available to the mountain biking community.
Only day and season members may ride the Victory Hill Sector trails. Memberships and waivers are mandatory to ride at VH
Trails close for 24 hours after any significant rain.
Check Trailhub.org for updates and closures.
No emergency trail patrol: Ride at your own risk. Do not ride alone. Call 911 if someone is hurt!
No regular maintenance crew: Please”pitch-in” a little by removing a sticks or fallen logs impeding your ride. That will help the trails will stay clear. And PLEASE report the location of large blowdown trees on our Victory Hill Sector Facebook page, so they can be removed.
Directions: VH is 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. In Victory our trailhead is opposite 2871 Victory Hill Road in victory, Vermont (If you reach Victory Hill Kennels you have gone 150 yards too far). If the gate is closed. The trails are closed. Check Trailhub.org for updates.