Walking & Snowshoeing
Wolfrun Natural area by Trail Finder powered by Local Motion
Mobbs Farm ; three maps on the Jericho Town website. The parking lot at Browns Trace can be accessed from the Jericho Highway Dept road.
Cranebrook area; description of trail between Irish Settlement Road and New Road.
Blakey Road trail; description of trail, off Poker Hill Road
Trails beyond our area
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Trails in the Upper Valley ( townships along the Connecticut River)
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The Town Of Jericho has 8 pairs of snowshoes that are left over from when we had a Jericho Recreation Department. The snowshoe sign out is now self serve during Town Clerk Office Hours. They can not be reserved ahead of time.
There are 2 pair large adult, 2 pair small adult, 3 pair children and 1 pair toddler. They are available to Jericho Residents.
Snow shoes can be rented up to 3 days (not counting the weekend)
Snow shoes must be returned by 11 AM on the day they are due.
There is a $20 deposit for each adult pair of snowshoes and $10 deposit for each children's snowshoes rented. The deposit is returned to the renter when the snowshoes are returned in the same condition they were rented.
Our "regular" renters usually make a check out for the deposit the first time they rent and just keep using the same check each time for the season.
Town Clerk Office hours are Monday to Thursday 8 to 4, Friday 8 to 1:30 and we are open until 7PM the first Thursday of the month.
Jessica Alexander, Town Clerk for Jericho
GREEN MOUNTAIN PASSPORT
The State of Vermont offers a GREEN MOUNTAIN PASSPORT to Vermont residents age 62 or greater. Use your passport for free admission to Vermont State Parks, Vermont State Historic Sites and events which are fully State sponsored. The cost is $2 and they are good for life. Jericho Residents can purchase a GREEN MOUNTAIN PASSPORT at the Jericho Town Clerk Office. The application needs to filled out in person because there is an oath involved ("I am 62 or older and I am a Vermont resident".) The passport is also available to disabled veterans of any age.