Mahoosuc Pathways, Inc.
- Non Profit Organizations
- Biking & Shops
- Hiking/Walking Trails
- Skiing & Snowshoeing - Nordic
Mahoosuc Pathways is a Maine nonprofit corporation developing, maintaining, and promoting multi-use recreational trails in the Mahoosuc region.
Our work connects communities in the Mahoosuc region, supports healthy lifestyles and our local economy and fosters respect for landowners and our natural resources.
The trails will be primarily developed for non-motorized use, such as walking, bicycling, mountain biking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. We are also promoting local existing trails on our website and in cooperation with Maine Trail Finder (www.mainetrailfinder.com)
See our projects or find a local trail at our website and join us on Facebook for current information. Feel free to send us an e-mail if you have any questions or would like to join our organization.
Member EventsSaturday Aug 25, 2018We love to build biking, running, and walking trails for the community...and we love to have help! Join us for a morning of trail work at one of our project locations, followed by a hearty lunch provided by Mahoosuc Pathways and local vendors. We recommend wearing work clothes, gloves, bug spray and eye protection. We provide a variety of tools, but please bring your favorite if you'd like. We'll either be working at Bethel Village Trails, located at The Bethel Inn Resort, or at Bacon Hill on Vernon St. Please SIGN UP HERE so we can plan for food! Check our Facebook page or website for updates on trail locations. ...read moreSaturday Sep 8, 2018This hike is approximately 14 miles. Meet at the parking lot next to The Gem Theater (and across from Western Maine Supply) at 7:30am OR at the Puzzle Mt. trailhead (Grafton Loop Trail) off Rt. 2 on the right at 8am. ...read moreSaturday Oct 13, 2018This hike is approximately 11 miles long (with a possible option to summit Mt. Moriah for a total of 14 miles). Meet for carpooling at the parking lot next to The Gem Theater (and across from Western Maine Supply) at 7:30am OR at the trailhead at Rattle River/Appalachian Trail on Rt. 2 in Shelburne at 8am. ...read more
Office: 14 Main St. #4 Bethel, ME 04217