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Broad Brook Trail

Trail Overview

This side trail of the Long Trail follows Broad Brook for much of its distance, crossing it several times along the way.
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4.00 miles, One Way
Pownal (VT), Stamford (VT)
Packed Earth/Dirt
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The trail heads east from the trailhead on White Oaks Road. After passing the south side of the North Adams waterworks, it follows an old woods road east and north. The trail parallels Broad Brook, crossing it several times, before reaching the Agawan Trail junction at 1.6 miles. These crossings can be challenging in the spring or at other times of high water. The trail then ascends northeasterly to a dirt road at 3.7 miles, on which it travels for the last 0.3 miles of its length east to the intersection with the Long Trail.

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Green Mountain Club

Green Mountain Club
4711 Waterbury-Stowe Rd.
Waterbury Center, VT 05677
Phone: (802) 244-7037
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Trailhead Information

From its junction with US-7 in Williamstown, follow MA-2 east 0.6 miles to Cole Avenue. Turn left and follow Cole Avenue 0.8 miles. to its end at North Hoosac Road. Proceed 0.8 miles west on North Hoosac and Bridges Road to White Oaks Road. Continue on White Oaks Road 1.2 miles north to the Vermont border and the crossing of Broad Brook. The parking lot is on the east (right) side of the road just beyond the Massachusetts-Vermont state line. Long-term parking is not recommended.

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May 15, 2022
Lots of wide brook crossings, over large boulders. Recommend doing this when waters are not high. Watch for rerouted trails because they may get rerouted after severe storms as the trail runs along water in several areas.
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