White Rocks Ice Bed Trail is a 3 mile out and back trail located near Wallingford, Vermont that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.
Directions from Wallingford, VT: Travel SR 140 east to the White Rocks Picnic Area. Trail may be accessed there.
Good, pretty steep hike. No real views but the cool air coming off the giant rock ice beds at the end was fun.
A nice view fairly early in the trail and the ice beds at the end. You will have to watch for the blazes on the trees to follow the trail since the path on the ground is not always visible. The trail is fairly easy with only a few places that are of moderate difficulty.
The hike was pretty easy and the views were amazing.
Good hike as a skiing alternative. well marked trail with great views. Go to the ice beds too. Make sure your boots are water resistant.
Great early winter hike, not to difficult on the down hill in small amounts of snow.
There are some overlooks with nice views of the mountain. The ice beds are at the end of the trail, and you can feel a cold draft coming out through June. If you keep going just past the end of the trail, there is a mountainside of quartz boulders that makes for excellent rock hopping.