Welcome to Pine Hill Park

            The park offers a unique 300 acre, highly refined 16 mile singletrack trail system

        offering some of the very best:

        Mountain Biking, Running, Hiking, Walking,

        GPS‘ing/Geocaching, Snowshoeing

        in the central Vermont region.

        (Sorry No ATV Access)

The

Pine Hill

Partnership

A non-profit volunteer organization formed to steward the 300 acre woods of Pine Hill Park.

Through the cooperation of the Rutland Recreation Department, the organization has brought about the transformation seen throughout the park.

Partnering and coordinating many local groups, individuals, businesses, schools and agencies, The Pine Hill Partnership has painstakingly formed the park’s uniquely diverse and beautiful 16 mile trail system.

Tens of thousands of strenuous man-hours has created the flowy singletrack trails through difficult and rocky terrain. All the pickaxing, shoveling, bridge building, and signage as been entirely donated by volunteers coordinated through and by The Pine Hill Partnership.

Ribbon Cutting at the carriage trail!

We’ve been on Vermont Public Television!

Vermont Public Television did a story “Out & About” on December 3, 2012

PHP Starts at 2:15

New Video!!

This video was created by a member of the Rutland High School Year End Study’s (YES) Plan. The people in this film are in the

Mountain Bike and Trail Development, a program that can be chosen when selecting a YES Plan.

A big thanks goes to the Rutland High School Cross Country Running Team to dig and spread all of the mineral rich soil for the section of the Overlook trail near Rocky Pond.