There are always interesting things to find in the back of file cabinets, and the CTA has plenty of history to share… Here is an interesting one that give a little bit of insight into the CTA backstage operations. Currently, the CTA holds over 40 easements, which protect 38 miles of the trail in perpetuity.
As the autumn leaves fall, and some of us have already woken up to a bit of white stuff on the ground, I thought I would stoke the ski fire with a bit of Catamount Trial inspiration. Over the next few months, I am going to be sharing the stories of individuals who have completed
We’re super excited to announce a partnership with New England ski builder builder Parlor Skis! The Catamount Trail Association, RASTA – Rochester/Randolph Area Sports Trail Alliance, and Parlor Skis have partnered up to provide you with the opportunity to win a custom pair of skis at the upcoming 4th Annual VT Backcountry Forum & Celebration
NEWS RELEASE 4th Annual VT Backcountry Forum to Highlight New Huts Initiative, BC Zones, ConservationVT backcountry community builds momentum with new backcountry zones, the launch of the VT Huts Association, support for mountain lands conservation. Immediate Release: Oct 20, 2016 Contacts: Brian Mohr/VTBC ph 802-989-0570 / email: firstname.lastname@example.orgAmy Kelsey/CTA ph 802-864-5794/email: email@example.comAngus McCusker/RASTA email: firstname.lastname@example.org More Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1757888667761752/ www.catamounttrail.org, www.rastavt.org Green Mountains, VT – On Thursday, Nov. 3rd at 6pm, the doors will
Hey everyone… What’s up! We just wanted to let everyone know about our new trucker hats! We worked with Pukka Inc on the designs and we’re super psyched with how they turned out. The new truckers are made using a durable cotton twill fabric, have a structured front panel, and a low profile crown. There
For the last 4 years, Eric Gildemeister, Missisquoi Valley Union High School Social Studies teacher and National Honor Society advisor, has recruited a few of his co-workers and 20+ students to spend a fall day clearing Section 31 of the Catamount Trail. The students load the bus early to get to Jay, and then spend the day
Lets take a look back to a post from 2013! CTA’s Greg Maino posted a Q&A session with Dun Cochran, a forester with Green Mountain National Forest. Here is Dun’s response when asked about the implications an increasing number of backcountry skiers has on managing our Vermont forest resources; “What makes this… both challenging and
“How is this possible,” you may ask? Well, in an admittedly vague sense, but bear with me! Many of you may be following the progress of efforts to rebuild the Stone Hut at the top of Mt. Mansfield after it burned on Christmas Eve of last year. The delicate work to give the Hut new
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.