Are you interested in serving on the Millstone Trails ‘Trail Crew’ this summer? Please complete the following form to have your name added to our Trail Crew List and be included on all email updates and announcements throughout the season.
Please join us as we celebrate the newest addition to our trail system. We’ll be dropping the rope on a beautiful new section of trail which completes a 3 mile loop; designed with beginner mountain bikers in mind. This
The gnome has been at it again! Come learn how to build and repair an elevated trail bridge! No previous experience necessary; just bring a pair of work gloves and show up at the 44 Brook St. Garage in Websterville.
Millstone Trails Work Day: Sunday, June 11, 8 AM – Please note change of date from previous post! Come learn how to build a split log trail bridge! No previous experience necessary; just bring a pair of work gloves and
Millstone Trails Work Day: Sunday, May 21, 8 AM Come learn how to build a trail bridge! No previous experience necessary; just bring a pair of work gloves and show up at the 44 Brook St. Garage in Websterville. Volunteers
Millstone Trails Work Day Sunday, April 23, 2017 8:00 AM This Sunday we will be having a trail work day to clean up from this winter’s logging operations, to make the trails in the logging area usable this summer. There’s
On Saturday, October 8, 2016, MTA held its annual meeting at The Quarry restaurant in Barre. A primary focus of this gathering was to celebrate and honor the amazing volunteers who have maintained our trails throughout the year. We had
The Millstone Trails Association would like to invite you to our Annual Meeting and Trails Crew Awards! Each year the MTA holds an open to the public annual meeting in which we elect board officers as well as hear from
Want to help out on the trails? Volunteers, take note: MTA’s next trail day will be held on Sunday, June 19 at 8am. (instead of Saturday as previously scheduled). Meet at the town forest parking, 44 Brook street. We will
Another of our Trail Crew‘s projects this year was to open up a bypass trail that would ensure continuous loop access to all of our most popular trail areas in the Barre Town Forest section. This project involved construction of