Eight miles of singletrack trails are regularly groomed to provide a well-packed surface for snowshoeing and fat biking. This winding trail system, which follows gently rolling terrain, has several loops that begin at Bethel Village Trails. Dam Loop is a favorite with snowshoers, as it crosses Mill Brook twice for beautiful views of the stream and an old stone dam. Helix provides flowy fun for riders on fat bikes, with lots of twists and turns to keep riders guessing.
Please note that regular mountain bike tires should not be used on the fat bike trails. Tires should be over 3.5" wide.
Millbrook Tavern is available on-site for lunch and dinner--check The Bethel Inn Resort website for details.
Bethel Village Trails normally offers a small sitting area for warming up and eating, but during the 2020-21 season this space will be closed. We will instead offer small huts for warming up, putting on boots, and taking quick breaks. Please visit our website for COVID-19 updates. Indoor restrooms will still be available.
For more information, visit the Inland Woods +Trails website or contact:Inland Woods + Trails
Trailhead starts at Bethel Village Trails, located on the bottom floor of The Bethel Inn Resort at 21 Broad St, Bethel. Look for the Trails Center sign next to The Millbrook Tavern. Parking is located just below the tavern off Mill Hill Road, next to the Bethel Inn off Broad St, or on surrounding roads in town: Broad St, Church St, and Main St.
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