View Connector Trails
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 on to Fitzsimonds Road (dirt PLEASE DRIVE SLOWLY!- go 0.8 miles). Parking area on left. 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 below parking area.
Mobbs Valley is used by walkers, bikers, hunters and naturalists. Its variable terrain and ecological make up attracts a wide variety of wildlife. Singletrack mountain bike trails interlace with wider, level paths. The singletrack has been described as a "roller-coaster" of beginner to intermediate level. The loop is fast and super fun and may be tackled in both directions (although it was laid out to be ridden in the direction marked - please note that signage is scarce at this time). The Mobbs Valley trails were carefully thought out to take advantage of all the salient features of the topography, as well as all the variety mother nature has to offer (including a wonderful swimming hole!). Whether you're running with your dog or racing through the singletrack, you'll enjoy what Mobbs Valley has to offer.
Mobbs Valley (and Mobbs Hill) is managed by the Mobbs Committee. Formed by the Town of Jericho in April 2007, the committee hosts trail days, actively manages the property, and is developing a comprehensive management plan for the property. The committee is also in the process of updating trail data and developing adequate signage for the property.
Fellowship of the Wheel
PO Box 1566
Williston, VT 05495
Town of Jericho: PO Box 67
Jericho, VT 05465
Check for nearby geocaches to Mobbs Valley.
Leave No Trace Principle
Keep wildlife wild: do not feed, follow, approach, or otherwise harass wild animals. Doing so may alter their natural behaviors.