Cady Hill Town Forest
This network of 11 miles of trails is the main hub for Stowe Mountain Biking. Trails difficulty ranges from beginner to advanced. Florence, a flow trail, is not to be missed. Even though it is rated as an expert trail, it is fun, fast, flowy trail that can be enjoyed by everyone.
Located at the north end of the Stowe Recreation Path, Adams camp is a great place for intermediate and advanced riders. Thanks to new additions to this network, it creates an amazing loop full of flow and technical features. This network also connects into the Trapp Family Lodge trails which are great for beginners.
Trapp Family Lodge Trails
These trails require a small fee to use but are well worth it. Designed to be accessible for the whole family, these trails are a mix of double track, single track, flow and technical riding. Add in a brewery you can stop at for a refreshment, and its an awesome place to spend the day.
If you are looking to get away from it all, Sterling Forest offers a unique mix of technical single track, flow trail and old school rock riding. A short drive or bike ride from town, the trail head is located at Sterling Gorge. The addition of Callagys has made the network more connected, and ride able. The views from Peak a View, are some of the best in Stowe and not to be missed.
When it rains in Stowe, most trails networks are closed. Cotton Brook is mostly double track, so it is open even when it's pouring out. Running alone side the Waterbury Reservoir, this 10 mile stretch ends at the Little River State Park. The park now has flow trails which is reward for the long haul on the double track.