The purpose of STAB is to advocate for continued accessibility of low-impact, local trails used for multiple non-motorized sports in the Vermont towns of West Windsor, Hartland, Reading, Weathersfield and Windsor. We will achieve this through mutual cooperation with landowners, other local organizations, state and local officials and conservation groups. STAB seeks to educate all parties involved with respect to environmentally sound methods of responsible trail building, use, and maintenance. STAB seeks permission from private and public landowners to create and maintain sport trails.
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Please consider supporting Sports Trails of the Ascutney Basin, without becoming a member. A donation (in any amount you choose) can be made by clicking the button below. To become a member, please go to "Join Us" under the "Membership" tab above. Thanks so much!
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Don't impersonate the wildlife. Hunter Orange is recommended, or wear one of your obnoxiously loud road biking outfits. Be careful out there.
Hunting is permitted on most of the lands of Ascutney Trails. Please be aware of the hunting season schedule. Hunter orange is the recommended fashion statement of the season. Trails will be closed from November 1st through December 15th for deer rifle and muzzle-loader seasons.
Thank you for your support!
Membership is $30 for an individual and $50 for a family. Your STAB membership gets you half price VMBA membership and a discount on parts and accessories at Paradise Sports.
Please consider joining the Vermont Mountain Bike Association, one immediate benefit is over $350 in discounts and goodies! Half Price VMBA membership if you're a STAB member!