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    Nathan Smith added Mount Elmore

    4 days ago

    Nathan Smith added Hunger

    22 days ago

    Nathan Smith added Abraham

    about 1 month ago

    Nathan Smith added Stowe Pinnacle

    about 1 month ago

    Nathan Smith added Jay Peak

    about 1 month ago

    Nathan Smith completed Jay Peak Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Nathan Smith completed Camel's Hump Trail

    3 months ago

    Nathan Smith added camels hump

    3 months ago

    Nathan Smith reviewed Laraway Mountain Trail

    3 months ago

    Great easy day hike. Only a couple miles each way (GPS logged 4.4 total, in contrast to the AllTrails length) but nothing was too steep or difficult. The lookout has a nice view reaching out to Lake Champlain.

    Nathan Smith completed Laraway Mountain Trail

    3 months ago

    Nathan Smith added laraway Lookout

    3 months ago

    Nathan Smith added sterling pond loop

    4 months ago

    Nathan Smith completed Sterling Pond Trail

    4 months ago

    Nathan Smith added sterling pond loop

    4 months ago

    Nathan Smith added 5k 8/28

    4 months ago

    Nathan Smith reviewed Mount Mansfield via Hellbrook Trail and the Long Trail

    4 months ago

    This hike is not a joke. From the parking lot to the Adams Apple, get ready for the toughest 1.3 miles you've probably climbed. The first half feels like an unrelenting stair master, and the second half is basically rock climbing (with metal rungs drilled into the rocks to help you). Do Laura Cowle's or Sunset Ridge before attempting this one.
    Spectacular views at both the Adams Apple summit and The Chin.

    Nathan Smith added hell Brook

    4 months ago

    Nathan Smith completed Moss Glen Falls Trail

    4 months ago

    Nathan Smith completed Duxbury Window Trail

    4 months ago

    Nathan Smith reviewed Mount Abraham via Long Trail

    4 months ago

    If you want to hit a 4,000 ft peak in Vermont without having to actually hike up 4,000 feet, this is the way to do it. The trail starts you at the top of Lincoln gap and a moderate 2.6 mile hike each way gets you to some incredible views. There's a lodge about halfway up that makes a great break spot.

    Nathan Smith reviewed Mount Philo Trail

    4 months ago

    If you've got friends or family visiting you in Vermont, Mount Philo is the perfect way to spend a few hours. A very easy mile each way gets you some great views of Lake Champlain and the surrounding areas. Very crowded in the summer, try to hike this one around 5 or 6 pm to catch the setting sun over Lake Champlain.

    Nathan Smith reviewed Stowe Pinnacle via Pinnacle Meadow Trail

    4 months ago

    My favorite day hike in Vermont! A relatively short hike, most of this trail isn't very steep. There are 2 or 3 rock "scrambles" along the way, but mostly it's an enjoyable hike for some spectacular views at the summit.
    This trail can get very crowded though so try and do it on a weekday or in the winter (even better views!)

    Nathan Smith reviewed Mount Hunger Waterbury Trail

    4 months ago

    I've hiked just about every major mountain in Vermont and this is by far the toughest. It might not be the highest elevation gain or the longest hike, but from the parking lot to the summit this trail goes unrelenting up at a steep incline. The second half of the trail goes up nearly 3/4 of the elevation gain over just one mile. The views are incredible and 360 degrees, just get ready to sweat to earn this one!

    Nathan Smith reviewed Eagles Cut Trail to Laura Cowles Trail Loop

    4 months ago

    Trail started out in a campground ($4 to park for the day per person). Hiked .6 miles up to the beginning of Sunet Ridge, which soon split into Laura Cowles. Laura Cowles was the most unrelenting trail I've done in Vermont, very steep with very few, if any, flat sections. It was all worth it for the great views coming above the treeline. The summit was covered in a cloud the whole time, but going down Sunset Ridge led to some of the most spectacular views.
    My advice to anyone not extremely experienced, pack a LOT of water and be prepared to take most of the day. We did this in about 6 hours.