Stowe Pinnacle Trail is a 3.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Stowe, Vermont that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is best used from April until October.
Hiked 1/29 in microspikes, no snowshoes needed. Trail was packed down well enough. Great winter hike, short and sweet.
Nice hike, somewhere between moderate and hard for a novice 32 year old hiker. Well maintained trail, easily viewable markers, and amazing view at the summit. Felt longer than 3.1 miles and quite windy at the top when exposed to the elements. Would definitely hike again.
Nice little hike. Only a few tough spots. Would be a nice family hike because it's short and not too difficult. Views at the summit were amazing.
It said moderate, but for someone out of shape, it was a bit difficult with LOTS of climbing up rocks, stones, roots, boulders, etc. I made it to the top and consider that quite an accomplishment for this newly retired person. Of course, it was encased in a cloud, but still, I'm glad I went. Sometimes the trail disappeared near the top...
A moderate hike in difficulty and distance for those used to hiking on rocks. Great reward at the Peak with 360 degree views and a wonderful seat for a picnic lunch or quick snack. Bring your camera!
Great hike with beautiful views and excellent foliage colors. The shared pictures give some insight into the view. If you want a shorter and less strenuous hike; park at the higher parking lot. It will cut out about 0.45 miles (based on signage).
There were a few friendly local dogs at the top and a handful of couple. Highly recommended two!
Fun moderate hike. Very popular spot. Steep sections manageable for the occasional hiker.
Tough but great hike; beautiful view from the top!
Great fun for hike
Great hike, the view at the top is amazing. Well marked trail.