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Field Loop

 2 votes

0.7 Miles 1.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

59' 18 m

Ascent

-61' -19 m

Descent

1,629' 496 m

High

1,567' 478 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

7%

Max Grade (4°)

Unknown

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The easiest singletrack trail east of the Green Mountain spine, but fun for all.

Josh Matta

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The Field Loop is the latest addition to the Blueberry Lake Featured ride. Built by Sustainable Trail works in the summer of 2014, this is the best trail for taking a rider new to singletrack MTB in northern Vermont. 100 percent machine built with grades never more than 6 percent and wide swooping turn and moderate roller beginner will cut their teeth on their first trail that weeves and turns.

It is best ridden from Worm Bermer by making the first right and riding the loop counter clockwise. This direction give all riders and nice climb up a field, some sweet views of the pond up high, and then a sweet fun descent back to the start of the loop. Short enough to do multiple laps to get prepared to Worm Bermer, Leonard's Loop, Flying Squirrel, all of which are more difficult.

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Hi MTBP-Thank you for the service you provide educating riders about trails - we are excited to see GMNF trails featured! I have received feedback about your trail names as they do not match the official names/routed signs in the area. The trail you identify as "Field Loop" is "Tootsie Roll" and there is no "Worm Bermer." We also have a new trail not identified. contact me if you want to correct! Aug 24, 2017

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