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|Location||Bennington (VT), Shaftsbury (VT), Woodford (VT)|
|Length||4.0 miles, Network|
The Bald Mountain Trail allows hiking from near downtown Bennington, VT, through the Glastenbury Wilderness and on to the Appalachian Trail / Long Trail (AT/LT).
|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||Arlington (VT), Bennington (VT), Manchester (VT), Shaftsbury (VT), Stratton (VT)|
|Length||7.8 miles, Round Trip|
A gradual forest climb to Stratton Pond, the largest body of water on the Long Trail.
|Length||3.5 miles, Network|
Homestead Forest, managed by the Lakes Region Conservation Trust, has a trail network of four miles through a 600 acre property representative of early New Hampshire homestead agriculture that has now transitioned from field back to forest.
|Location||Antrim (NH), Hancock (NH)|
|Length||4.3 miles, Network|
This nearly 1,700-acre wildlife sanctuary completely surrounds Willard Pond, a beautiful and pristine body of water which is about 100 acres in size. The sanctuary contains large hills, including Bald Mountain and Goodhue Hill, which have trails to their summits. Huge boulders deposited by receding glaciers, a diverse mixture of tree and plant species, and an abundance of wildlife make this sanctuary a unique and attractive area.