Whales Tails Walking Path
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From Burlington, take Williston Road (Route 2) east out of town, towards Williston. Turn right onto Kennedy Drive (a left turn here will bring you to the airport), then take a left onto Kimball Ave. Take the second right onto Community Drive; the trailhead will be on your right as you round the curve.
Vermont's famous Whales' Tails sculpture is seen by thousands every day -- er, rather, hundreds (this is Vermont) -- as they whiz by in their cars on I-89. This trail will take you around for a close-up look at the black granite sculpture, which stands 12-13 feet tall. The sculpture's real title, "Reverence," is meant to evoke the fragility of the planet. Jim Sardonis of Randolph, VT, created the piece in 1989.
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Leave No Trace Principle
Minimize Campfire Impacts
Follow State and local fire regulations and check the current fire danger level before you go camping.