White Rocks Recreation Area Trail is a 3.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Wallingford, Vermont that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from December until September.
1. Plenty of parking with bathroom facilities.
2. Steep, rocky, beautiful trail. Nice soft level out about 3/4 way up with beautiful fauna.
3. Views similar to Baker Peak. Route 7 valley looking West.
Couldn't find entrance, wasn't accurate on this app. Ended up doing another close by but similar views As they crossed.
Steady incline, some parts are pretty rocky, but stunning flora along the trail and the waterfall near the trail head is stunning. Dog and kid friendly. Worth it to go for more than just the ice caves.
Nice trail for mid-level hikers short on time.
wasn't hard. got to top where white rocks were. nice view of VT.
Just did the keywadin trail yesterday. It is a beautiful view at the top with some rocky moderate terrain the whole way. After you get to all of the cairns and build one walk through them to the right and it will lead you to a look out where the valley opens up for you to see all. On the AT/LT there is a shelter .2 miles off. Be sure to brig snacks to share with through hikers.