Redfield Trails

The Redfield Trails offer some mild-manner mountain biking trails or a great way to add miles to a run or hike.
Trail Activity
Mountain biking Hiking Ungroomed cross-country skiing
4.4 miles, Network
Easy, Moderate
Rutland (VT), Rutland City (VT)
Packed Earth/Dirt
Permitted on leash


Redfield Trails are primarily old woods roads with a grass and dirt trail surface. Riders will enjoy stunning hardwood forests dense with ferns and beautiful views to the west and south of the Taconic Mountains. Quiet users may see wildlife along the trail. The trail tread is dirt and wide but aerobic capacity is challenged on this trail system, especially on the big outer loop. The best way to ride these trails is in a clockwise direction. In good snow years, these ungroomed trails are ideal for cross-country skiing. 

The landowner has graciously opened his trail system to public use; please respect his private residence.

Other Information

There are 'you are here' maps at the intersections showing where you are in relationship to Pine Hill Park and the Carriage Trail.

Trail Manager

Visit Pine Hill Partnership online for more information or contact:

Pine Hill Partnership, Inc.
3424 Quarterline Rd.
Ctr. Rutland, Vermont 05736
Phone: (802) 775-4867
View website

Trail Tips

Travel on Durable Surfaces
If your bike tires make an indent on the trail surface, it is too wet to ride. Come back when the trails have dried out.
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Trailhead Information

Redfield Trails can be accessed from Stegosaurus in Pine Hill Park or off the Carriage Trail which starts in Pine Hill Park or in Proctor.

Click on a parking icon to get custom directions
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