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Midstate Trail Conditions

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   Comments and concerns have been raised with regards to access around Browning Pond to East Hill Road. To help clarify, a sign has been posted at the gate where the trail turns off Browning Pond Road. The land is owned by the Treasure Valley Scout Reservation. HIKERS ARE STILL WELCOMED TO WALK ON THE TRAIL THROUGH THE RESERVATION. THE RESTRICTIONS ARE INTENDED FOR BOATING AND FISHING.


JULY 2014

240 FEET OF TRAIL FLOODING just 3/10 mile north of Rt. 122 in Rutland State Park.

(MST Guidebook) Map 9, page 30. Follow the re-route sign directions located where the MST crosses the rail trail.

From the North

At the three road junction, turn right and follow White Hall Road 6/10 of a mile to where the Rail trail insects.

Turn left onto the rail trail  for 5/10 of a mile to where MST intersects.


A section of the MST through Treasure Valley Scout Reservation between the camp's fire road gate on Browning Pond Road

in Oakham and East Hill Road, Rutland (see MST Guidebook; Map 10, page 32)will be used by scout mountain bikers

from July 6 through July 19th. The trail remains open to hikers but both bikers and hikers could create a hazard for one another.


   Please visit the "what's new" page for info on the new Princeton Reroute including a real nice map of the reroute.

    You can also find up to the minute conditions on the Midstate Trail message board.