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      An incredible 30-mile pay-to-ride network of trails in Huntington. Sleepy Hollow is a mecca for advanced and expert riders. A mix of beautiful “rake-and-ride” and fast and flowy, rolling descents. Riders have the option to climb to Butternut Cabin and take in spectacular views of the Green Mountain spine. From there, one can choose to continue through a fantastic network or descend to the base of the Hinesburg Town Forest (and beyond to Carse Hills) for an all-day epic or shuttle. Fellowship of the Wheel and volunteers have assisted in the improvement of this network. An intermediate loop is now possible and joins the rest of the loops at their conclusion for an exhilarating, smooth descent to the parking area. PLEASE PAY OR SIGN IN AT THE OFFICE and NO DOGS. The Sleepy Hollow trails are on paid-access land—many thanks to the Sleepy Hollow Ski & Bike Center for their continued support of our partnership.
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      Sleepy Hollow History

      Sleepy Hollow Inn, Ski and Bike Center was purchased by the Enman Family in 1999. After a complete lodge renovation in 2000, the ski area and inn opened for business in December, 2000. Sleepy Hollow was formerly the Sherman Hollow Ski Area (1978-1993), which featured a 3km lighted loop (on the Ridge Road trail), a 50 seat restaurant, and an outdoor hot tub.

      Sleepy Hollow now offers 35 km of cross country skiing in winter, and mountain biking and hiking in the summer. The lodge was renovated to include 8 guest rooms, and a sauna was built. Butternut Cabin, originally constructed in 1980 was rehabilitated as well, and offers gorgeous view of Camel’s Hump. The Round Barn Event Center was completed in June, 2006, and the Pavillion was built in the spring of 2008. Both the Round Barn and Pavilion were designed and built by owner Dave Enman. Sleepy Hollow now hosts numerous weddings and group events in both summer and winter.

      Mountain Bike
      An incredible 30-mile pay-to-ride network of trails in Huntington. Sleepy Hollow is a mecca for advanced and expert riders. A mix of beautiful “rake-and-ride” and fast and flowy, rolling descents. Riders have the option to climb to Butternut Cabin and take in spectacular views of the Green Mountain spine. From there, one can choose to continue through a fantastic network or descend to the base of the Hinesburg Town Forest (and beyond to Carse Hills) for an all-day epic or shuttle. Fellowship of the Wheel and volunteers have assisted in the improvement of this network. An intermediate loop is now possible and joins the rest of the loops at their conclusion for an exhilarating, smooth descent to the parking area. PLEASE PAY OR SIGN IN AT THE OFFICE and NO DOGS. The Sleepy Hollow trails are on paid-access land—many thanks to the Sleepy Hollow Ski & Bike Center for their continued support of our partnership.

      Nordic Ski
      The ultimate Vermont cross country skiing and Vermont snowshoeing experience.

      ​Sleepy Hollow offers 35km of well-groomed trails for both classic and skate skiing. Experience Pisten Bully 100 quality grooming, complete with a tiller The snowshoe trails are separate from the ski trails and meander through our property. We encourage all our skiers and snowshoers to visit Butternut Cabin, which overlooks a fantastic view of Camel’s Hump.
      We’ve got a complete lineup of ski and snowshoe rentals, as well as 2 pulks we lend out for free (call ahead for pulk reservations). Our rentals can fit 3 year olds all the way up to folks with size 15 boots.

      We now have a 2km snowmaking loop! With 5 snowguns and a fully electric powered water pumps and air compressors, we’re set up to ski early in the season (most years). Best yet, with our 100kw of solar arrays installed, this is a renewable energy powered snowmaking system. Check out our ski conditions and webcam page for the latest conditions and event information.
      https://www.skisleepyhollow.com/snow-conditions-trail-cam/

      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country
      Land Status: Private Property
      Land Manager: Sleepy Hollow Inn Ski and Bike Center
      Sleepy Hollow Inn, Ski and Bike Center Parking google parking directions
      Access Info:
      427 Ski Lodge Dr.
      Huntington, Vermont 05462
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      Region Details
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      Region Status
      Closed as of May 16, 2022
      Local Trail Association

      Stats

      Avg Trail Rating
      Trails (view details)
      56
      Trails Mountain Bike
      24
      Trails Hike
      24
      Trails Trail Running
      24
      Trails Snowshoe
      3
      Trails Nordic Ski
      34
      Total Distance
      32 miles
      Total Descent
      6,500 ft
      Total Vertical
      725 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      1,479 ft
      Reports
      1,090
      Photos
      50
      Ridden Counter
      4,668

      Photos of Sleepy Hollow Ski & Bike Center Mountain Bike

      5 |
      Dec 5, 2021 @ 3:03am
      Dec 5, 2021
      16 |
      Dec 5, 2021 @ 3:01am
      Dec 5, 2021
      trail: Bear Claw
      10 |
      Nov 9, 2021 @ 6:33pm
      Nov 9, 2021
      trail: Ridge Road
      8 |
      Nov 9, 2021 @ 6:33pm
      Nov 9, 2021
      7 |
      Nov 9, 2021 @ 6:32pm
      Nov 9, 2021
      trail: Potato Farmer
      9 |
      Nov 9, 2021 @ 6:32pm
      Nov 9, 2021
      trail: Lesson Area
      7 |
      Nov 9, 2021 @ 6:31pm
      Nov 9, 2021
      11 |
      Nov 9, 2021 @ 6:31pm
      Nov 9, 2021

      Videos of Sleepy Hollow Ski & Bike Center Mountain Bike

      Sleepy Hollow freeride
      trail: Yoda
      3:52 | 630 | Sep 24, 2012

      Current Trail Warnings

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      May 19, 2022 @ 11:27am
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      Han Solo
      May 19, 2022 @ 11:27am
      May 19, 2022
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      Han Solo (W)
      May 19, 2022 @ 11:27am
      May 19, 2022
      Wetmorse-ah FOTW

      Recent Trail Reports

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      user #2203385JeffBVTriddentrailSkywalker and 3 more
      May 23, 2022 @ 1:14pm
      1 hours
      user #538794morse-ahaddreportBalance Beam and 25 more
      May 19, 2022 @ 11:27am
      May 19, 2022
      user #3015555FOTWheelupdatetrailThe Sith
      May 16, 2022 @ 3:12pm
      May 16, 2022
      user #3015555FOTWheeladdreportBalance Beam and 25 more
      May 16, 2022 @ 3:06pm
      May 16, 2022
      user #1320457MarcusbradywishlistregionSleepy Hollow Ski & Bike Center
      May 16, 2022 @ 2:15pm
      May 16, 2022

      Recent Comments

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      user #538794morse-ahreportThe SithThank you, we are going to leave it closed for now
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      May 27, 2020 @ 9:24am
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      May 27, 2020 @ 9:23am
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      user #1874118nickelbtrailLight SaberMany line options. So much fun.
      Nov 3, 2019 @ 5:41pm
      Nov 3, 2019
      user #1635272Mfisher01trailYodaLarge bees nest hanging in a tree right on the...
      Aug 15, 2019 @ 2:23am
      Aug 15, 2019

      Nearby Areas

      namedistance
      Hinesburg Town Forest 9 6 12 km
      Preston Forest Legacy 4 1 13.2 km
      Carse Hills 1 3 63.2 km
      Cochran's 3 8 43.3 km
      Richmond River Trail 23.6 km

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      Activity Type Stats

      activitytypetrailsdistancedescentdescent distancetotal verticalratingglobal rankstate rankphotosreportsroutesridelogs
      Mountain Bike2415 miles3,553 ft7 miles679 ft
      #1,446#780271,07331,869
      Hike2415 miles3,553 ft7 miles679 ft
      #1,102#67951,07347
      Trail Running2415 miles3,553 ft7 miles679 ft
      #1,110#67741,073180
      Snowshoe34 miles679 ft2 miles272 ft
      #137#851163
      Nordic Ski3417 miles2,949 ft8 miles725 ft
      #82313117201
      • By StephaneMarceau Trivélo TRAILFORKS & contributors
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