Howe Hill Trails
Parking for the Howe Hill trails is in the parking lot next to the East Poultney Baptist Church on the green in the center of the village of East Poultney. The parking lot may be full on Sunday mornings during church service. To access the trails from the parking lot walk south across the Poultney River on to Thrall Rd. The trails start at the Howe Hill sign on the left side of Thrall Rd. about a quarter mile from the parking lot.
This trail network represents a partnership between two generous landowners and Slate Valley Trails. Howe Hill trails are open to walking, hiking, running, and snowshoeing when the snow falls. There are some short steep climbs on Laird's Loop, some of which may be dangerous in icy conditions. The trails consist of Laird's Loop (1.9 miles round-trip) and the Upper Loop (1.0 miles). Please wear bright colors during all Vermont hunting seasons.
The SVT mission is to build, maintain and promote foot and bicycling trails in the Slate Valley region of southwestern Vermont.
Our goals are to:
1) Build community among local individuals, organizations and businesses.
2) Support the local economy by promoting the region as a place to visit, with improved access to trails.
3) Encourage the positive health benefits of being active outdoors.
For more information, visit the Slate Valley Trails website or contact:
Slate Valley Trails
P.O Box 242
Poultney, VT 05764
Check for nearby geocaches to Howe Hill Trails.
Leave No Trace Principle
Keep wildlife wild: do not feed, follow, approach, or otherwise harass wild animals. Doing so may alter their natural behaviors.