Last change: Thursday, August 6th
The summer riding season is upon us and we all want to get out and enjoy the trails. The Carrabassett Valley Trails Committee needs your help to make sure we can do so safely and keep the trails open. All trail users must abide by State of Maine guidelines concerning travel and outdoor recreation. We ask all riders to …
Use these resources before you ride to understand current restrictions and guidelines.
While certain Covid-19 guidelines and restrictions continue to evolve, the benefits of social distancing in preventing transmission have remained constant. Please do not congregate on the trails or in parking areas and maintain appropriate distancing while riding. Consider the risk to others as well as yourself when on the trails or in other public spaces. Refer to the resources listed above for more detailed guidelines.
Riding CVTrails is made possible through the generosity of the residents of Carrabassett Valley, the State of Maine, Sugarloaf, the Penobscot Indian Nation, and other landowners. Please respect the privilege we have been given and abide by all signage on the trails, at trail heads, and at other parking and public areas.
We are in this together, and we’ll get through it together.Town of Carrabassett Valley: Dave Cota (Chairman), Deb Bowker, Josh Tauses
The Huts are closed to all entry including for water, restrooms, etc. While caretakers are present, they are trying to keep a safe environment and must sanitize when people try to open the doors, etc.
Beware of logging operations near and on the Esker Trail. Riders always yield to equipment and trucks. Stop riding, wait to gain eye contact and a signal from operator to pass. Do not pass without a signal.
The trail crew is working to clear several blowdowns throughout the network.
|100||Pump Track||Closed||0.0 miles|
|101||Snail Trail||0.4 miles|
|102||Rt 27 Connector||0.4 miles|
|103||Moose Pond Loop||0.5 miles|
|104||First Tracks||0.2 miles|
|106||Bob’s Backyard Boogie||0.3 miles|
|107||Low Land Trail||0.7 miles|
|108||Highland Trail||1.6 miles|
|109||Redington Connector||0.8 miles|
|110||Jabba The Hut||1.8 miles|
|111||Bob’s Bruiser||0.3 miles|
|112||Seven Bridges||0.9 miles|
|113||Snowbrook Trail||0.5 miles|
|114||Moose Tracks||0.3 miles|
|114x||Oh My Goash Loop||0.0 miles|
|117||Fifty Cents||0.2 miles|
|118||Redington Pond Loop||2.4 miles|
|120||North Redington Trail||0.4 miles|
|121||Bracket Brook Trail||0.5 miles|
|123||Moose Dip||0.4 miles|
|124||Sunny Breeze||Large blowdown near the intersection of Jabba The Hut.||0.9 miles|
|128||Hurricane Trail||0.8 miles|
|129||Hurricane Knoll||0.8 miles|
|130||The Real Deal||0.7 miles|
|132||Par 3||0.7 miles|
|200||Narrow Gauge Pathway||6.0 miles|
|201||Grassy Loops||1.2 miles|
|201 #1||Grassy Loops #1||0.3 miles|
|201 #2||Grassy Loops #2||0.2 miles|
|201 #3||Grassy Loops #3||0.4 miles|
|203||Mike’s Mile 59||0.4 miles|
|204||Old Gauge||0.2 miles|
|205||Meade Trail||0.6 miles|
|207||Sargent Trail||0.4 miles|
|208||Camel Humps||0.2 miles|
|209||The Caboose||0.8 miles|
|212||Jerusalem Town||0.5 miles|
|301||Newton’s Revenge||1.6 miles|
|301x||Newton's Singletrack||0.6 miles|
|302||CR NEMBA Trail||1.1 miles|
|303||Poplar Bypass||0.4 miles|
|304||Poplar Stream Trail||Mandatory detour at the Poplar Hut. Please follow detour to and from the falls.||1.9 miles|
|305||Sticky Trail||2.8 miles|
|307||Crommett’s Overlook||1.5 miles|
|308||Crommett’s Connector||0.4 miles|
|309||Narrow Gauge Bypass||1.5 miles|
|310||Oak Knoll||2.3 miles|
|311||Bear Trail||0.7 miles|
|312||Bigelow Approach||1.8 miles|
|401||Esker Trail||Always yield to equipment and trucks. Stop riding, wait to gain eye contact and a signal from operator to pass.||4.7 miles|
|402||Dead Moose Cutoff||0.8 miles|
|403||Mountain Trail||0.5 miles|
|404||Birthday Hill||1.3 miles|
|500||Caribou Chute||0.6 miles|
|501||West Branch||1.1 miles|
|502||Carriage Trail||1.1 miles|
|503||West Knoll||1.0 miles|
Trail is open.
Trail is open, but has condition you should be aware of.
Trail is closed, do not pass.
This trail condition page is hosted by CRNEMBA on behalf of the Carrabassett Valley trails Committee (CVTC). The CVTC is a partnership between the Town of Carrabassett Valley, CRNEMBA, Maine Huts & Trails and Sugarloaf created to coordinate and fuel the growth and maintenance of the unique, world class trail system here in the Carrabassett Region. A subcommittee was recently appointed to manage the maintenance and opening and closing of the trails. The following will guide those decisions: