Blueberry Lake Trails

Area Status: Open
A father guides a toddler on a small mountain bike down a short rock feeature

The Blueberry Lake trails feature gentle grades, sweeping turns and flowy lines. Start slowly and learn the routes, before increasing speed. Be aware of guide stones near the edges of the trail. These help guide users to stay on the trail, which reduces impacts and maintenance.

General Information

General Notes:

Maps and Brochures

Trail Descriptions

  • Tootsie Roll : Beginner - Tech: 1 Flow: 5 Tootsie Roll is to the north of Lenord’s Loop, and the easiest and shortest loop at Blueberry Lake. Tootsie Roll is fun for all abilities and features wide views of the lake and surrounding mountains.
  • Lenord's Loop : Beginner/Intermediate - Tech: 1 Flow: 5 Start at the main trailhead on the north side of the earthen dam on Plunkton Rd. Follow the trail to the signed intersection, then down to a bridge over the stream. After crossing, climb briefly until reaching an intersection. Go right for an easier climb, left for a moderately tougher ascent. These routes reconnect at a main intersection with the Flying Squirrel loop. Lenord’s Loop is named for Lenord Robinson, the original designer of Blueberry Lake and the owner of Blueberry Lake Ski Touring Center.
  • Flying Squirrel: Beginner/Intermediate - Tech:1 Flow: 5 To access Flying Squirrel, start with Lenord’s Loop or enter at the Gravel Grind trail, a short steep climb. As the climb levels out, there is an intersection with the Flying Squirrel loop. Go right to meet the Lenord’s Loop/ Flying Squirrel intersection, about .25 of mile further on the trail. Go left to ride the other direction on Flying Squirrel.
  • Suki’s Alley: Intermediate/ Advanced - Tech: 2 Flow: 5 Suki’s starts just above the double stream crossing on Tootsie Roll. Expect progressively more difficult features, with berms, rollers, rocks, wood bridges and optional lines. Suki’s finishes near the main bridge at the bottom of Lenord’s Loop. Due to steeper slopes and the flow of the trail, Suki’s is open as a downhill only. True to MRV form, this downhill has some climbing too.
  • Amenta's Way: Intermediate - Tech: 2 Flow: 5 A loop off upper Lenord's Loop, w/lots of opportunities, berms, rocky features & scenic views of the Green Mountains.

The Blueberry Lake Trail network is managed by the U.S. Forest Service in partnership with the Mad River Riders, the local chapter of the Vermont Mountain Bike Association (MRR-VMBA), and numerous volunteers. Design, construction and maintenance of the trails has been made possible through the MRR-VMBA’s professional support, Recreational Trails Program grant funding administered by the State of Vermont, and contributions of funding, labor and materials from people like you! These trails are made possible because of your support..

Please practice Leave No Trace ethics, such as carry out what you carry in on all trails.


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