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    Chelsea D. added Baxter Mountain

    3 days ago

    Chelsea D. followed Brian Twardy

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    Chelsea D. added Spruce Mountain

    10 days ago

    Chelsea D. completed Spruce Mountain

    10 days ago

    Chelsea D. saved Catamount XC Trail

    2 months ago

    Chelsea D. added Sunset Ridge

    3 months ago

    Chelsea D. added Butler Lodge Trail

    3 months ago

    Chelsea D. added Anthony’s Nose

    4 months ago

    Chelsea D. completed Anthony's Nose

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    Chelsea D. added Thomas Mountain

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    Chelsea D. added Mount Hunger

    4 months ago

    Chelsea D. added Stowe Pinnacle

    5 months ago

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    Chelsea D. added Mount Abe

    6 months ago

    Chelsea D. updated Mount Abe

    6 months ago

    Chelsea D. reviewed Mount Mansfield Loop Trail

    6 months ago

    Hiked up Butler Lodge Trail to Butler Lodge. Pretty quick and easy, and a nice view from the lodge. Decided to continue up Wampahoofus for the first time to the forehead thinking it would be fairly quick and easy.. wrong!! It was so fun though! But a little intimating! I had to take off my pack a few times to hoist myself up slippery rocks, had to walk through a cave, but what an adventure. Once at the forehead, I decided to continue to the chin so I took Long Trail North to the chin, not too windy despite cloudy weather, then on the way back, Long Trail South to Wallace Cutoff back to Butler Lodge. Keep in mind going down LT south is a little daunting, those ladders going down can be scary if you don’t like heights and a few points where if you mis step, you could fall down some rock crevices. All in all I’m glad I did that loop, exciting adventure 8.8 total miles.

    Chelsea D. reviewed Laraway Mountain Trail

    6 months ago

    Like other's have said, it's possible to get off track of the trail for a bit but nothing you can't figure out. When you get to the lookout, I would recommend taking your break, lunch, etc, there. We continued onto the summit hoping to have a more exposed view, but there was no view at all, so definitely recommend making the Laraway Lookout the "end point" (although the walk to the summit was fun terrain, but muddy!!)

    Chelsea D. completed Laraway Mountain Trail

    6 months ago

    Chelsea D. added Camel’s Hump

    6 months ago

    Chelsea D. saved Jay Peak Trail

    6 months ago