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Here is a map of the trails at Hubbard Park and North Branch River Park.
Trail use varies by the season:
Throughout Vermont, spring is MUD SEASON. From sometime in March well into April, wear boots and be prepared. The Hubbard Park road is closed for a few weeks at this time of year to help minimize the impact and make sure our roads can remain open the rest of the year.
Summer is the height of trail use. Most areas should be dry, depending on the amount of rain we've had.
The trails tend to stay dry through the fall, as long as we haven't gotten too much rain. Enjoy the foliage, and watch out for hidden rocks and roots under the leaves.
Certain trails at Hubbard Park and North Branch River Park are groomed for nordic skiing as soon as the first good snow falls. Wear good snow boots or snowshoes for walking, and after a thaw be sure to put on ice spikes. Trails ice over easily when it thaws and then refreezes, so it's a good idea to look at the recent weather patterns. Some trails are also open to fat biking (see Park Maps).