You may have noticed that there have been a number of modifications to the Tied Knot trail, and may be wondering about the reason. This trail is within the Cumberland Community Forest boundaries, and therefore falls under Village of Cumberland management. They’ve provided a handy FAQ about the work, and as one of our great community partners, we’re sharing to help get the word out! Read further for the Village of Cumberland FAQ.Read more »
Category: Trail Care
This is a reminder to all trail users that elevated wildfire danger is currently in effect. As we come into the extremely dry part of summer, please be extra cautious while on the trails and make sure to report any wildfires or irresponsible behavior you encounter by dialing 1-800-663-5555 or *5555 on your cell phone.Read more »
Join us for a dig night to tune-up the jumps and pump track at Village Park! We’ll be slinging dirt and buffing it out from 5-7:30pm, April 12.
You bring your friends and fellow riders, we’ll bring the tools, dirt, pizza and refreshments!Read more »
In 2017 UROC installed sign badges on certain trails throughout the Cumberland trail network that indicated required or recommended direction of travel. The goal of installing these sign badges was to help maintain safety and enjoyment for all trail users without unduly limiting route options. However, since installation, we have received useful and constructive feedback from community members and other user groups on the initiative.Read more »
As the days grow longer, and the snowline begins to creep up the mountain, we’re all itching to get out on the trails. While we are fortunate to live where we do – which often enables use of our trails 12 months a year – trail use in the wet months requires special consideration. Our goal is to not tell you not to use the trails, but is instead to provide you with information so that you can make an informed decision on what and when to ride/run/hike.Read more »