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There are so many ways to enjoy our trails in the winter!
  • More than 25 kilometers of classic cross country skiing over the creek and through the woods
  • Ten miles of groomed singletrack for snowbikes, plus bikes are allowed on the 25km of ski trails (but please stay out of the classic tracks).
  • Packed-in and free range snowshoeing.
  • Back-country skiing following miles of two-tracks and singletracks.

Here are some resources to help you plan:

Need more information? For snowbiking, email For skiing and other winter uses, email

Winter Trail Etiquette

  • Trails are groomed for classic skis, fat bikes, and snowshoes only
  • No foot traffic on groomed trails. All walkers must use snowshoes
  • Avoid biking or snowshoeing in ski tracks
  • Dogs must be under control at all times. Please clean up after your pets

Trail information

  • Trails are maintained by the Hancock Trails Club, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, in coordination with private and municipal landowners. Please support these trails by purchasing a membership or making a suggested day use donation of $5.
  • Recreate responsibly and at your own risk. Cell phone service is limited. Familiarize yourself with the maps and trails.
  • In the event of an emergency, call 911 and provide the designation of the nearest intersection (see map).

Your gear. Your choice.



Hancock Trails Club memberships keep the groomers in fuel and trail workers in tools. Memberships support grooming, trail sustainability efforts, and new trail construction.



Donations help us go the extra mile. Sometimes memberships can't cover large one-time expenses, plus donations provide the ability to respond to opportunities (like strategic land purchases).