Kingsbury Bridge Greenway
Distance: 1.7 miles one way
The trail starts from Warren’s Riverside Park on Route 100. From the Warren Riverside Park, the Path heads north, crossing Clay Brook behind the golden Lion Inn, then across Route 100 to a loop around the Sugarbush snowmaking pond. Follow the Path alongside the Mad River through a floodplain forest, crossing Clay Brook behind the Golden Lion Motel. The Path crosses Route 100 to the road leading to the Sugarbush snowmaking pond, where it makes a loop. At the southern end, mountain bikers can access the Plum Line trail up to Sugarbush. Walkers can also continue along Route 100 and access the Kingsbury Farm path on the other side of the Mad River from the snowmaking pond. The Kingsbury Farm path follows the edge of a riparian buffer planted by Friends of the Mad River in conjunction with the farmers at the Kingsbury Market Garden. The crop fields bound the other side of the Path as it runs the perimeter of the farm. The farm is an active farm and is part of Vermont Foodbank. Please respect the riparian buffer and the farmers’ fields by staying on the Path, leashing dogs and cleaning up pet waste. The Kingsbury Market Garden has farm dogs, which are not leashed. Please do not bother the farmers about their dogs.