The Catamount Trail Association would not be what it is without our partners at the Vermont Department of Forests Parks and Recreation and at the Green Mountain National Forest. We’ve worked with many exceptional and dedicated recreation and forestry professionals over the years to create, improve, and maintain the Catamount Trail on public lands. And now,
With the inevitable shift from summer to fall – when we all start to dream of deep powder turns and frost on our eyelashes – comes a change here in the CTA office. We send off Laura Koloski, who has been the Americorps member with us for the past year and welcome in Justin Geibel.
This past weekend on Saturday and Sunday, September 17th & 18th, we traveled down to Brandon Gap to help the Rochester Area Sports Trails Alliance (RASTA) clear some new terrain. The area we were working in is part of the Green Mountain National Forest. This project received full approval late last fall and since then
One of the most rewarding and inspiring aspects of working for the Catamount Trail Association is learning about and collaborating with the people who choose to spend their free time volunteering with us. They organize tours, maintain and improve the trail, help us host events, and oversee the financial health and integrity of the organization.
Click Here For Full Race Results Thick clouds, temps in the low 60s, and a few drops of rain gave way to a sunny summit for participants in this year’s North Face Race to the Top of Vermont. Nearly 700 competitors challenged themselves to hike, bike, or run 4.3 miles and 2564 feet to the
Our 6th and final Race to the top of Vermont Spotlight is on Amy Bruce. Growing up in Underhill, VT, Amy pretty much had Mt. Mansfield in her back yard. She shares with the CTA her inspiration and motivation for running in the RTTTOVT for the 4th time this year, as well as some insight beyond her years.
This week’s Race to the top of Vermont Spotlight is on Everybody Wins! Vermont. Everybody Wins! Vermont has had a team at every single RTTTOVT event; how many others can make that claim? Not only that, the organization has a dedicated mission to help improve the lives of Vermont youth throughout the state. Everybody Wins! was started
During my tenure here at the CTA I’ve learned that many of our CTA supporters put a fair amount of importance on the following things : -Skiing and the Catamount Trail (obviously)-Power tools-Tearing things apart….and on the other side of the coin, building things-Good times with like-minded people-Free food! (obviously) If even two of these generalizations
This week’s Race to the top of Vermont Spotlight is on Kip Roberts. Kip is a regular on the Vermont mountain biking scene. He first participated in the Race to the Top bike category in 2009. Of the 5 years he’s raced, Kip has consistently been a top contender, pulling in 4th, 1st, 2nd, 2nd, and
Join the Hogback Mountain Conservation Association and guest Jeremy Davis on August 3rd at Memorial Hall in Wilmington, VT for a look back on the history of Vermont’s ski industry. Davis headed up the New England Lost Ski Areas Project and is the author of 4 books chronicling the rise and fall of ski areas throughout