Memphremagog Ski Touring Foundation...

Cross Country Ski and Mountain Bike trails in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom...


Dogs are allowed on MSTF trails but inconsiderate dog owners are not .  Your "always friendly" pooch may not be seen as such by the 5 year-old they bound up to;  unless your dog never gets rambunctious or hostile to other dogs they should be on a leash.  Also take the time to kick any dog mess OFF the trails.

Please remember that the trails are on private property and we're very grateful to the land owners for letting us ski on them.


Bill Koch Youth Ski League Club

​Memphremagog Bill Koch Ski Club (MBKSC) is about kids having fun on skis!  The club meets on the Primeau section of the MSTF trails, adjacent to the bike path in Derby  on Tuesday afternoons from 3:45 - 5:00 p.m.  MBKSC starts on the first Tuesday after the New Year and continues until the snow melts.  Previous ski experience is not required.  Season rentals are available for only $30.00.  We support and coach racers but few of our kids race.   There are no age restrictions but for children 6 and under, parents must be present, or supply an adult supervisor.  For more information and to register please contact Bob Primeau through the Contact page.Type your paragraph here.

Upcoming Events

October 20 MSTF Halloween Benefit Dance at the Barn at the Top of the World

Coming soon, a major revamp of our membership and website. In 2019 we will be offering summer as well as winter memberships.

Winter Ski Trails...

Spring, Summer & Fall Bike Trails...

Groomed MSTF ski trails will appeal to cross country skiers of every level. They are perfect  for family fun or a speed trial against the clock.   The trails system has been expanded and new trails have been added.  The snow covered single tracks are also the perfect place for winter Fat Bike riding on Western Trails.

This is exciting times for mountain biking and hiking in the Derby/Newport area.  We have 6 miles of single track in place, another 10 in the next year! 

SEASONAL fun on MSTF trails for the whole family