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All trails can be accessed from the Sugarhouse Parking Area on the Huntington Road or the Office/Education Barn parking lot on Sherman Hollow Road.

Description

The Green Mountain Audubon Center, with its five miles of trails, provides a number of recreational and educational opportunities. From bird watching, hiking and relaxation by the Huntington River in the summer, to cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in search of animal tracks in the winter, the trail system offers something for everyone. Trailhead signs and yellow markers on the longer trails help to keep users on track. Please follow the following guidelines to create a positive experience for all trail users:

  • Trails are open every day from dawn until dusk
  • Foot travel only (including skis and snowshoes in winter)
  • Dogs are permitted on some trails as follows:
    • Between Sherman Hollow Road and Huntington Road (including Sugarbush, White Pine, and Brook Trails), dogs permitted on leash
    • East of Huntington Road (including River Trail and open fields), dogs permitted on leash
  • No dogs permited west of Sherman Hollow Road (including Spear, Hires, and Sensory trails)

Trail Manager

Visit Audubon Vermont online for more information and a printable map or contact:

Audubon Vermont
255 Sherman Hollow Road
Huntington, VT 05462
Phone: (802) 434-3068
vermont@audubon.org

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Leave No Trace Principle

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Camp at least 200 feet from lakes and streams.