Trails committee has been hard at work on trail upgrades

Wilmington Trails Committee members Spencer Crispe, left, and Jake White at the trailhead for the Raponda Primitive Trail, which starts on the west side of Lake Raponda

WILMINGTON- The Wilmington Trails Committee has been hard at work upgrading the area’s hiking trails in preparation for the winter season.
Chair of the trails committee, Spencer Crispe, and committee member Jake White sat down with The Deerfield Valley News to talk about exciting new upgrades to Wilmington’s hiking trails. 
Crispe, a lifelong Vermonter, said that a personal love for Wilmington compelled him to join the Wilmington Trails Committee 10 years ago. “Trails are a great way to see the natural beauty Wilmington has to offer,” said Crispe. 

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