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College reopens sections of Trail Around Middlebury

MIDDLEBURY — Portions of the Trail Around Middlebury (TAM) that traverse Middlebury College property have been reopened for public use, according to a campus-wide announcement on Monday from Director of Business Services Matthew Curran.
Middlebury closed the trail sections when students began arriving in August for the fall semester, as a COVID-19 precaution.
The entire campus has been closed to the public all fall.
The following sections of the TAM have been reopened, Curran said:
• The section around the Ralph Myhre Golf Course.
• The Red Kelly Trail.
• The Class of 1997 Trail.
• The section that runs from College Street through the solar panel array north to Weybridge Street.
• The Knoll.
At this time, the rest of the college campus remains closed to the general public.

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