Trails and Adopters

Below is a list of trails in the Northeast Kingdom and the names of their trail adopters.
Adopted Trails
  • Brousseau Mountain Trail – Jim
  • Gore Mountain Trail – Luke
  • Gore Mountain East Trail – Sue & Chris
  • Middle Mountain Trail (north) – Ben
  • Middle Mountain Trail (south) – John
  • Unknown Pond Trail – John
  • Bluff Mountain Community Trail – Paul
  • Sentinel Rock State Park – Bart
  • Mad Brook Trail on Bald Mountain – Jill
  • Long Pond Trail on Bald Mountain – Russell
  • Telegraph Trail on Bald Mountain – Luke
  • Haystack Mountain Trails (north & south) – Justin
  • North Trail on Mount Pisgah – Jeffrey & Kevin
  • South Trail on Mount Pisgah – Brian
  • South Shore Loop Trail – Susan
  • Mount Hor (north) – Tim
  • Brookside Trails – Tim
  • Moose Mountain Trail -Bob & Liz
  • Wheeler Pond Trail – Shevonne
  • Gnome Stairs Trail – Paul
  • Wheeler Mountain Trail – Cheryl
  • Perry Holbrook State Park – Angela & Ami
  • Red Trail on Burke Mountain – Vivian
  • West Peak and summit trails on Burke Mountain – Cathi
  • Averill Mountain – Doug
  • Bluff Mountain Ridge Trail (middle) – Gordon
  • Bluff Mountain Ridge Trail (south) – Chris
Some trail assignments pending or unconfirmed
  • East Trail on Mount Pisgah – pending or unconfirmed
  • Moose Bog Trail – pending or unconfirmed
  • Herbert Hawkes Trail – pending or unconfirmed
  • Bluff Ridge Trail (north) – pending or unconfirmed
  • Boiling Spring Trail – pending or unconfirmed
  • Lyndon State Forest Trails – pending or unconfirmed
  • Nulhegan River (Nature) Trail – Conti Refuge staff
  • North Branch Trail – Conti Refuge staff
  • CCC Fire Road on Burke Mountain – Kingdom Trails Association
  • Cow Mountain Forest Trails – unknown
  • Bill Sladyk WMA – unknown
  • Victory Basin trails – FP&R staff, VAST, & Horse Council

If you would like to help maintain a trail or simply monitor a trail for maintenance needs, contact the local trail adopter or sign up with our Trail Adoption Coordinator, Kevin Williamson
All abilities welcome; please help by volunteering your time.

Trails Workshops

GMC offers basic and advanced trail workshops throughout the year with limited trail maintenance outings offered by the local NEK Section.
For more information contact the GMC Waterbury office (802)244-7037
Visit our ‘Volunteer’ page for more ways to help.


Responsibilities for trail adoption/maintainance include: cleaning out leaves and debris in drainage structures, keeping the trail clear of blowdowns, brush and annual vegetation, maintaining well-defined paint blazes, blocking in unofficial trails and campsites with brush and debris, making an assessment of the condition of the trail and listing problems that need attention, reporting on signs that are missing, inaccurate, damaged or needed. Also conduct walk-throughs of the trail – at least twice a year (spring/fall), submit work trip reports and report major problems to the Trail Coordinator.

Link to trail maps on Northwoods Stewardship website