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Trailhead parking at the Boltonville Trailhead for the Cross Vermont Trail, on Route 302 just east of the junction of 302 and Boltonville Road.

Description

The Boltonville Nature Trail explores the upland slope and riparian floodplain of the Wells River. It is part of the "Interpretive Farm Project" at the Al-len Farm. This trail was started as a way to offer an outdoor nature study area for the local schools and community. The Allen family has opened this trail on their land to give an opportunity for people to better understand the interrelationship of the farm, rivers, forests, wildlife habitat, and the community.

The Cross Vermont Trail on old Montpelier - Wells River Railbed parallels the nature trail, and continues to the east and west.

Other Information

Boltonville Nature Trail is maintained by Cross Vermont Trail Association and Newbury Conservation Commission in cooperation with Al-len Farm.

Trail Manager

Visit Newbury Conservation Commission or Cross Vermont Trail Association online for more information or contact:

Trail Programs Coordinator

Cross Vermont Trail
Trail Programs Coordinator
29 Main St Suite 4
Montpelier, VT 05602
Phone: (802) 498-0079
greg@crossvermont.org

Newbury Conservation Commission
conservationnewbury@gmail.com

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