Discover the Top's Local Trails

A trail for everyone.

At the Top Of VT there’s no shortage of outdoor activities.  Sweeping vistas seen from the roadside offer much more to explore. Whether you prefer wheels, treads, or tracks, the area’s wide network of recreational trails offer a closer look into the Northeast Kingdom a variety of experiences for everyone.

Take a look through some of the Top’s different options for mountain biking, hiking, and snowmobiling, or just a walk with your four-legged family member. Enjoy sections of the Long Trail to the Canadian border, VAST trails for winter rides, or places like the Jay Rec. Center for a mix of seasonal ways to play.

A plain background

Mountain Biking

Trails To Shred

Enjoy a range of riding from casual beginner loops and mellow meanders to advanced climbs and descents on challenging terrain.

A plain background

Trails To Wander

Get to know the mountains and the valleys. Get above it all to see summit views all the way to the White Mountains of New Hampshire down to Mount Mansfield, across Lake Champlain over to the Adirondacks, and up into Canada. Or make your way along rivers and streams to stop, dip a toe, and cool off somewhere quiet.


A plain background


Trails To Cruise

From Canada to Massachusetts, upstate New York to Newhampshire, experience the Top of VT and beyond from a different point of view. Thanks to numerous private landowners partnering with VAST, travelers can enjoy unique access to all corners of the state. Experience our historic Green Mountains and winding valleys, meander along rivers and across glacial lakes, while taking in sights that take your breath away. And while you’re out on the trail, check out our  snowmobile friendly pubs and restaurants to refuel and refresh after a day of riding.

A plain background

Trails & Glades

Jay Peak is a four season resort, but it’s known for receiving the most snowfall in Eastern North America and its iconic Aerial Tram (the only one in Vermont). Experience a wide range of terrain suitable for any level. And if you’re up for the challenge, be sure to explore the steep and deep nooks and crannies beyond the groomed trails. Jay Peak is also famous for its expansive glade network that covers the entire mountain.

Skiing & Riding

Contact Us

"*" indicates required fields


Get updates from the Top of VT

By submitting this form, you are consenting to receive marketing emails from: . You can revoke your consent to receive emails at any time by using the SafeUnsubscribe® link, found at the bottom of every email. Emails are serviced by Constant Contact