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Hiking in Rutland, VT

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4 out of 5 based on 1 ratings

Departing north from US 4, this section of the Vermont Long Trail splits from the Appalachian Trail at the Main...


This is a beautiful hike through hardwoods following a mountain stream for several miles, then turns steep with...


A steady climb that passes a cave and ascends through two climate zones—northern hardwood forest and boreal forest—...


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About 7 miles east of Rutland. A hike to the second highest summit in Vermont. Special attractions: Three-state vie...


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This hike - a north-south excursion - starts out in benign and gently rolling woods, by the time it reaches the glo...


The Chittenden Brook Trail starts on an old woods road, and climbs moderately. Look for an intersection with the...


Pine hill Park

Rutland, VT

Pine Hill Park is located within the Rutland city forest on the north west end. Pine Hill is a network of trails...


- Gifford Woods State Park was established in 1931 with much of the initial development being completed by the C...


Deer Leap Overlook

Killington, VT

From the parking lot at Sherburne Pass, the hike begins just east of The Inn at Long Trail on the north side of ...


Deer Leap

Killington, VT

This short hike to a rocky promontory gives close-up views of the Coolidge Range towering over Sherburne Pass.


Deer Leap Overlook

Killington, VT

Short hike to a dramatic cliff with a 180-degree view of Pico Peak and the surrounding countryside.


Pray for good weather. Killington Peak, second highest in Vermont, can offer either the most magnificent views on t...


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Don't be put off by the 21.6-mile length of this hike. Although the AT passes through a sustained wilderness betwee...


Killington Peak is the second highest mountain in Vermont. It is the highest of the six peaks that make up Killingt...


Pico Peak Trail

Killington, VT

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The Sherburne Pass Trail (blue blazes) dates back to 1913,when it was built as the original Long Trail (LT) through...


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This is a good hike for those who want a variety of landscapes without major climbing, negotiating rough trail, or ...


Hike to the rocky summit of the second-highest peak in Vermont. Numerous wildflowers in early summer; optional over...


Lefferts Pond Area

Chittenden, VT

From the Lefferts Pond parking lot, the trail passes views of Chittenden Reservoir and Lefferts Pond as it cross...

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