Victory Hill is a non-profit network focused on  building and maintaining cool trails.

Only 1 day and season members may ride the Victory Hill trails. 

Season Memberships $75  
Day Memberships $15
Youth Season Memberships $ 40 (17 years & under) 
Youth Day Memberships  (17 years and under) $10

Carpooling discounts on 1 day memberships aim to reduce carbon emissions reductions and traffic from vehicle enabled recreation:

2 riders in one vehicle – each rider pays $14
3  riders in one vehicle: each rider pays $12
4 riders in one vehicle; each rider pays $11
5 riders in one vehicle: each rider pays $10
Plug-in Electric Vehicle Discount: All riders pay $5

Kingdom Trails (KT) passes are NOT* valid in Victory, *unless you ride your bike from East Burke to our trails and show your KT pass to our office managers.

Buy a season or day membership online
Memberships and waivers are mandatory to ride at VH

Buy memberships and fill out your waiver online or onsite at 2428 Victory Hill Rd. Riders should pick up season or day membership wristbanda at Carol Easter’s house, 2428 Victory Hill Rd.  If Carol is not at home at 2428 Victory Hill Rd. Use self-serve payment box for day memberships at the Trailhead.

Three campsites in our field. More information and booking.

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: Season and day members should expect to “pitch-in” a little by removing a sticks or fallen logs when they impede your ride. In this way the trails will stay clear. PLEASE report the location of large blowdown tree on our Victory Hill Sector Facebook page, so it can be removed.

Victory Hill’s network is based on the woods roads and skid trails on the south slopes of Umpire Mountain. We seek to incorporating rehablitated skid trails into the network where ever possible and use the existing woods road infrastructure as well as to to connect VH with neighboring state recreational trails in the Victory Management Unit.

The host landowner has invested thousands of hours and dollars in making Victory Hill’s trails available to the public and fun to ride. 

The network boasts a dozen miles of purpose built MTB singletrack as well as ten miles of converted logging trails used for biking, forest maintenance and rescue operations. In addition to these bike trails, Victory Hill hosts another 10 miles of forestry roads and 2 miles of active and mothballed V.A.S.T. snowmobile trails.

Directions: 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. The trails are accessed from a kiosk and parking area lacross from 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.

3 thoughts on “VH

  1. I’ll help volunteer for the cycolcross race, what day will u need me? Mark Franco @. olds72cs@yahoo.com — & I’ll be Mtn biking in the ‘circumburke challenge’ may also b able to volunteer the day b4 that event – please sign me up for ‘circumburke challenge’

    • Thanks Mark I appreciate it. You will your n as me in the CBurke reg list tonight. The CX event starts at 11 on Sunday October 9. We ll start registering and parking people around 830. and then need a course marshal ( you get a walkie talkie!) for the race (11-130) cheers

    • Hi Mark. Hope you can still make it to Victory in Sunday. I think we have parking under control beforehand but we are wondering if you could come at 1045 to be a timer or the roadguard from 11-2? My phone# is 2026800448 if you have questions etc.’ John McGill

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