Friends of the Trails

Cumberland County Trails

Fairfield Glade Trails

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Trail Descriptions

Amherst Trail
2.0m

Canyon Trail
1.4m

Central Trails
4.6m

Glastowbury Trail
1.0m

Good Samaritan Trail
1.0m

Hemlock Trail
1.5m

Kirkstone Trail
2.0m

Library Trail
0.2m

McGinnis Trail
1.8m

Overlook Trail
1.9m

Rotherham Trail
1.0m

Sculpture Trail
0.1m

Seven Bridges Trail
2.0m

Stonehenge Trail
1.5 m

Thornhill Trail
1.8m

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Welcome to the home of the Friends of Glade Trails. Here you will find the latest news on all the walking and hiking trails within Fairfield Glade.

Latest News
The 2018 Hiking Marathon is over. There were 1,500 hikers registered for the event - a huge increase from the 900 registrations last year. The Hit the Trails Festival was also a big success with the wonderful weather bringing out big crowds. We gave out hundereds o T-shirts, patches and bandanas and people stayed around to listen to Memory Road. See y'all next year.

The Friends of Glade Trails is a group of people who are interested in constructing and maintaining new trails throughout Fairfield Glade. There is no membership fee or committment required just a healthy interest in expanding the network of trails available to residents and visitors alike. Members are kept informed of all trail activities and are invited to help with the design, construction and maintenance of the trails. Everyone is encouraged to enjoy the trails whenever possible. The trails are intended only for human-powered travel and we discourage the use of any motorized vehicles.

Donations

Use the button at the top of this page if you wish to make a tax deductible donation to Friends of the Trails for use on the hiking trails in Fairfield Glade or around Cumberland County. You can specify how or where your donation should be used by sending me an email. We will send you a receipt for tax purposes. Our Mailing address?

Any questsions? Email John Conrad at john@time2meet.com