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From I-89 Exit 11: Richmond/Williston Northbound Exit - Right at off ramp stop sign then immediate right on to Route 117 West. Southbound Exit - Left at off ramp stop sign, go 0.2 miles then right on to Route 117 West.

Immediate right on to Governor Peck Road (go 2.3 miles). Left at stop sign on to Brown's Trace Road (go 0.1 miles). Left on to Fitzsimonds Road (dirt PLEASE DRIVE SLOWLY!- go 0.8 miles). NOTE: Parking is extremely limited at the Fitzsimonds Road lot - 5 cars max. Please park in a way that will accomodate others who arrive after you. Do not block the travel lane on Fitzsimonds Road. If the lot is full, please go elsewhere.

There is a kiosk with trail information about Mobb's Valley and Mobb's Hill below parking area.


Mobbs Hill hosts a variety of trails suitable for walking and biking. A technically advanced 3.5 mile mountain bike loop titled the "Americana" trail winds its way among other multi-use trails. The Americana trail is characterized by steep ascents and descents, technical single track, some small drop-offs, and a couple areas of exposure on the "Lost Island" section (please be aware that signage is minimal at this time). This is a trail that will make the more advanced rider gleeful and the less advanced rider mighty nervous.

Other Information

You can get better maps from the the Town of Jericho's Mobbs Farm website. There is minimal signage once you are on the trails.

Trail Manager

Visit Town of Jericho or Fellowship of the Wheel online for more information and a printable map or contact:

Fellowship of the Wheel
PO Box 1566
Williston, VT 05495


Mobbs Committee
Town of Jericho: PO Box 67
Jericho, VT 05465


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