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|Length||0.7 miles, One Way|
This spectacular and popular destination is reached via a short spur from the Long Trail. From Brandon Gap, follow the Long Trail north for 0.4 miles, to a blue blazed spur trail that leads 0.1 miles up a set of rock steps out to the Great Cliff. The trail is quite steep, but the excellent view at the top makes the trip worthwhile.
Note: From March to August, the cliffs may be closed to protect nesting Peregrine falcons. Watch for closure posters.
|Location||Cambridge (VT), Stowe (VT), Underhill (VT)|
|Length||23.6 miles, Network|
Underhill State Park features trails that lead up to the Long Trail which then proceeds to the top of Mount Mansfield, the Chin.
This popular destination can become very crowded, drawing visitors from all over the Northeast and Quebec.
Plan to visit early in the day and on week-days to avoid the crowd.
|Location||Bolton (VT), Buels Gore (VT), Duxbury (VT), Fayston (VT), Huntington (VT)|
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced|
|Length||67.2 miles, Network|
Camel's Hump is one of Vermont's highest mountain peaks and easily the most recognizable by its double-humped profile. Views are spectacular, but weather can be unpredictable. Trails in the State Park are very heavily used in winter, summer and fall (avoid using trails in spring).
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced, Expert|
|Length||36.6 miles, Network|
All kinds of activities, including downhill skiing, nordic skiing, telemark, snowboarding, and snowshoeing. Rentals available. Lodging and dining also available. Lessons offered on an individual or group basis.
|Location||Proctor (VT), Rutland (VT), Rutland City (VT)|
|Length||5.1 miles, One Way|
The Carriage Trail was established in the late 1700s as a way for folks to get from Proctor to Rutland. This is a solid 5.1 mile hike or mountain bike ride that passes by ponds full of wildlife and reward the hardy with great views of Blue Ridge Mountain and Pico.