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|Length||0.7 miles, Network|
In addition to a network of forested trails, VINS has many exciting exhibits, located throughout the VINS Nature Center that focus on topics such as Insects, Vermont Meadows, Bird Rehabilitation, and the Importance of Wetlands.
|Length||3.7 miles, Network|
The East Side Trail system includes the trails in the heart of the Harris Center sanctuary to the east of King’s Highway in Hancock and features fairly easy hiking to huge glacial boulders through cool hardwood and hemlock forests.
|Length||3.8 miles, Network|
The Silk Farm Wildlife Sanctuary includes trails through forests, along fields, and down to Turkey Pond. Trails cross land owned by NH Audubon and St. Paul's School. The sanctuary is adjacent to the NH Audubon state headquarters and visitor center, the Susan N. McLane Center.
|Length||1.5 miles, Loop|
The park is undeveloped, except for the Sweet family homestead, a public parking area and a foot trail. The 1.0 mile Sweet Pond Trail circumnavigates the pond - a loop hike of 1.5 miles is possible by following a section of Sweet Pond Road back to the trail head.
(note - Sweet Pond is currently dry - the pond was drained due to safety concerns regarding the dam.)
|Location||Benson (VT), Castleton (VT), Hubbardton (VT)|
|Length||8.7 miles, Network|
Situated at the extreme northern end of the Taconic Mountain Range, Bomoseen State Park provides a mosaic of forest, water, and open land on nearly 4,000 acres.
The Glen Lake Trail connects Bomoseen and Half Moon campgrounds.