Vermont has approximately 1,146 trails, including 796 hiking trails and 470 for walking. These trails range from 0 to 100 miles in length. The most popular trails are Mount Mansfield-Sunset Ridge Trail, Monroe, Dean, and Long Trails Circuit and Mount Ascutney-Weathersfield Trail. The last Trails.com member to complete a trail in Vermont was Kasey M. who completed Killington Peak-Bucklin Trail.
Mount Ascutney-Weathersfield TrailView Trail Details
A half-day hike to a challenging peak on Vermont’s eastern border. Don’t be fooled by the lumpish profile of Mount Ascutney; this hike is more ...
Mount Mansfield-Sunset Ridge TrailView Trail Details
A classic ascent of a rocky ridge to the highest peak in Vermont.
Lye Brook WildernessView Trail Details
Manchester Center, VT
An overnight backpack to a wilderness pond, or a half-day hike to a plummeting falls. Overshadowed by the height of Stratton Mountain and the ...
Killington Peak-Bucklin TrailView Trail Details
A ﬁve- to six-hour round-trip to the second highest summit in Vermont.
Mount Hunger TrailView Trail Details
Waterbury Center, VT
When polling frequent hikers in the Stowe area, the unanimous “Must Do” hike is Mount Hunger, one of the primary peaks in the Worcester Range, ...
Lincoln Gap - Appalachian Gap TrailView Trail Details
This hike is a peak-bagger’s dream, crossing at least four summits - Mount Abraham (elevation 4006 feet), Lincoln Peak (elevation 3972 feet), ...
Jay PeakView Trail Details
A half-day hike to the northernmost Green Mountain peak. There’s no mistaking Jay Peak, the most northerly Green Mountain summit, which rises ...
Mount Equinox-Blue Summit TrailView Trail Details
A vigorous, four- or ﬁve-hour round-trip climb to the highest summit in the Taconic Range.
Mount Hunger-Waterbury TrailView Trail Details
A vigorous half-day hike to the premier summit of the Worcester Range. A popular trail, with 8,000 hikers each year, Mount Hunger boasts the ...
Champlain Valley CruiseView Trail Details
This ride rolls over a series of moderate north-south ridges from Middlebury, before leveling out near the shores of the long Lake Champlain; ...
Haystack MountainView Trail Details
A relaxing half-day family hike to a southern Green Mountain summit overlooking Haystack Pond. A simple jaunt to a modest summit, the Haystack ...
Merck Forest and Farmland CenterView Trail Details
Day hikes or family backpacks through a community-supported environmental education center.
Monroe, Dean, and Long Trails CircuitView Trail Details
This is a long, scenic day hike to Camel’s Hump—Vermont’s highest pristine peak and a National Natural Landmark. Backcountry ponds, improbable ...
Stowe PinnacleView Trail Details
A recreational climb to a scenic peak overlooking the Stowe Valley. The most popular hike in the lower Worchester Range, with 11,000 visitors ...
Mount NorrisView Trail Details
A half-day hike to an uncivilized peak with tremendous North Country views. Knee deep in skid-road mud searching for missing blazes, I confess ...
Haystack Mountain TrailView Trail Details
There are at least three Haystack Mountains in Vermont with trails on them: one to the far north near Jay Peak, one near Lake Willoughby (also ...
Mount Olga TrailView Trail Details
Why climb a mountain? “Because it’s there” is the famous answer. “Because of the views” is the answer for climbing the small, but fire-tower-view ...
Abbey PondView Trail Details
A half-day hike to a ridgetop pond; suitable for rainy weather. Rain, drizzle, fog—what’s a hiker supposed to do? If you’re bound and determined ...
Battell and Bread Loaf Mountains-Skylight Pond TrailView Trail Details
A day hike to summits in the Breadloaf Wilderness with an overnight option in a cabin on an alpine lake.
Boasting few superlatives, the path ...
Burlington Bike Path: Urban Pedaling at Its BestView Trail Details
Here's a ride that is triply unique in this collection: It's almost entirely on an official bicycle path, it's an urban ride, and isn't a loop. ...
Ball Mountain DamView Trail Details
This ride's general location is Rawsonville. Scenery includes great views of the West River. A short section of this ride parallels the West ...
Glastenbury Mountain WildernessView Trail Details
Deep in the southern Green Mountains, 3,748-foot Glastenbury
Mountain rises above a vast sea of uninterrupted woodland. A fire
tower crowns ...
Little Rock Pond and Green MountainView Trail Details
An easy family backpack to campsites on Little Rock Pond, or a looping, scenic day
hike that adds the Green Mountain summit.
Mount Ellen-Jerusalem TrailView Trail Details
A roundabout day hike to the third highest peak in Vermont. Clusters of steep-sided hills and hollows make this region near Appalachian Gap one ...
Mount PisgahView Trail Details
A 3-hour hike to breathtaking cliffs overlooking Lake Willoughby. Chiseled cliffs plunging to opposing shores of a blue-water northern lake endow ...
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