13.4 miles
1,824 ft
-1,821 ft
2,058 ft
High Point

This route requires a Trapp Family Lodge pass or VMBA Addon.

An intermediate to advanced loop from the Stowe High School. Park at Stowe High School. This route requires a Trapp Family Lodge pass or VMBA Addon.

Detailed Description
Adams Camp - Pipeline Trapps and AC is a 13 mile moderately popular expert route located near Stowe Vermont. This mountain bike primary route. This route includes 22 trails. This route climbs 1,824 ft with a max elevation of 2,058 ft then descends -1,821 ft.
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Trails in Route

Pipeline1 mile
Greenway Connector2,467 ft
Green Way1,125 ft
Lodge Spur2,585 ft
Tap Line3,458 ft
Growler1 mile
Haul Road2,953 ft
Shredder3,320 ft
Kimmer's2 miles
Stowe Derby2,694 ft
Lower Derby Trail1,972 ft
Hardy Haul1 mile
Haulapalooza955 ft
Haul Road3,294 ft
Luce Trail2,060 ft
Pipeline1 mile


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More Stats for Adams Camp - Pipeline Trapps and AC mountain bike route
  • Avg time
    2 hr 32 min
  • Altitude change
    3 ft
  • Altitude min
    789 ft
  • Altitude start
    789 ft
  • Altitude end
    794 ft
  • Grade max
  • Grade min
  • Distance climb
    6 miles
  • Distance down
    6 miles
  • Distance flat
    1 mile
Avg: 3.25 (4 votes)
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Adams camp
Adams camp
1:59 | 472 | comments: 0 | favs:
Aug 2, 2022
Shredder Trail...a 'flow' trail that does not flow
Shredder Trail...a "flow" trail that does not flow
trail: Shredder
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Aug 24, 2020

Recent Trail Reports Along Route

Jul 18, 2024 @ 3:49pm
Jul 18, 2024
Minor Water drainage issue, standing water on trail surface and erosion ruts from last weeks flooding rainfall Mud holes at the bottom of the berms turns in the upper part of the trail.
Jul 18, 2024 @ 3:46pm
Jul 18, 2024
Minor Water drainage issue, standing water and mudholed on trail surface and some Major Water drainage issue,
Jul 18, 2024 @ 3:15pm
Jul 18, 2024
Major Water drainage issue, large mud holes Major erosion (major ruts or slumping, large boulders and roots exposed due to erosion)
Lodge Spur
Jul 15, 2024 @ 7:06am
Jul 15, 2024
erosion ruts, be careful reporter
Tap Line
Jul 15, 2024 @ 6:49am
Jul 15, 2024
Significant erosion on trails from recent flood event. Be aware of maintanance crew working on trail. reporter
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