Trail Alert! Please be aware while riding to pay attention to ECTA markings and stick to signed trails while going through private property. Also, keep in mind that the trails are still damp from the recent rain and are more vulnerable to being churned up at present.
Trail Alert! ECTA will be hosting our 12th Annual Run for the Trails 5 and 10 Mile race this Saturday, September 17th, from 9am to 12pm. It will start and end at the Myopia Schooling Field in Hamilton. Below in blue is the course runners will be on. While planning […]
Trail Alert! Bridle trails are once again open for equestrian use. We are so grateful to be able to enjoy the wonderful trails at Groton House Farm for the season. Please continue to use caution in areas where the footing may be wet, and stay to the edges of any […]
Trail Alert! The Myopia Spring Hunter Pace will be on Sunday, May 15th. Riders will start and finish at the schooling field between 9 am and 3 pm. The course goes through Harvard and Pingree Woods. Please take this into consideration when planning your trail outings this weekend.
Trail Alert! Now that the warm weather has arrived with the accompanying spring rains, please be aware of the muddy conditions of the grassy fields and trails on which you are riding. Please refrain from riding in areas where you will leave deep tracks and ruts that will require repairs. We […]
Trail Alert! We would like to remind everyone to stay off the driveway at NE Biolabs. We must respect the landowner’s wishes, and ride on the trail NOT on the driveway. Thank a landowner today. They make it possible.
Trail Alert! ALL TRAILS ON WINTHROP PROPERTY EXCEPT GROTON HOUSE FARM DRIVEWAYS BETWEEN HIGHLAND AND WINTHROP STREETS ARE CLOSED DECEMBER 1 – MAY 1. Please be considerate of our landowner’s request to stay off the trails during the winter season. We will notify you in the spring when the trails […]
Trail Alert! We are delighted to announce that the trail relocation at 431 Highland Street in Hamilton is complete and the trail is now reopened. We would like to thank the landowners, the Town of Hamilton’s Conservation Commission, and Ronnie Strong and Chip Cheston for doing the trail work and […]