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Since 1961, Cochran’s Ski Area has offered countless individuals outdoor winter recreational opportunities with a mission “to provide area youth and families with affordable skiing and snowboarding, lessons and race training, in the Cochran tradition.” Though the advanced MTB terrain at Cochran's and adjoining landowners have generated a significant amount of buzz over the past few years, there exists a need for trails [+more] that support the beginner focus that Cochran's Ski Area is known for during the ski season. As mountain biking has gained in popularity, there has been a need for terrain that allows for the youngest and most novice riders to be exposed to this wonderful sport in a way that fits with our mission.
Family-friendly beginner trails will be realized by a professionally built 1.5 mile loop geared towards young and novice riders, coupled with a pump track, both of which will be easily accessible from the ski area parking lot. These will be packed with skill-building features and a variety or terrain, so riders will quickly gain mastery and build confidence. The trail is also being designed to accommodate adaptive mountain biking, with the Kelly Brush Foundation providing expertise in this area. Hardy Avery of Sustainable Trailworks, one of the premier trail building outfits in Vermont is signed on to lead the construction effort this spring. We will also be using as much volunteer labor as possible to keep costs down.
Mullet Protocol: Business in the Front, Party in the Back. Women's S-XXL. Emerald Green with Yellow accents.
Mullet Protocol: Business in the Front, Party in the Back
Yellow Gold with Emerald Accents.
August 4, 2019
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