Millstone Hill Touring Center
In addition to information on the Millstone Hill Trails, the Touring Center features a collection of Vermont food products, crafts, art and antiques, as well as a small bike shop with basic repair parts and accessories. A fleet of Jamis bikes is available for rentals.
Also located in the adjoining space is the Vermont Granite Museum at Millstone Hill. The museum’s three room self guided exhibit displays artifacts, photography and educational materiel relating to the history of quarrying at Millstone Hill, which helps explain the story behind the many ruins and historic artifacts seen on the trails.
Millstone Hill Touring Center is Vermont’s newest non-motorized Recreation Center. Over 1500 acres of unique terrain, with over 70 miles of scenic trails, provide access to dozens of historic quarry sites. At Millstone Hill there is something for every outdoor enthusiast:
- Ranked New England’s second-best mountain bike network by The Boston Globe, and one America’s five best new mountain bike centers by Bike Magazine!
- Over 20 miles of scenic hiking trails leading to spectacular “grout” pile lookouts.
- Miles and miles of abandoned rail beds and old quarry roads providing moderate trails for family biking.
- In winter experience Millstone Hill on our 40 kilometers of groomed snowshoe and cross country ski trails.