hiking

views

walking

forest

wild flowers

wildlife

birding

nature trips

trail running

kid friendly

dogs on leash

camping

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lake

river

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snowshoeing

fishing

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waterfall

The Green Mountain National Forest located in Vermont contains portions of the Long Trail as well as other popular hiking peaks and trails. The Appalachian Trail crosses through this park and is a popular destination for New England hikers.

Great short day hike. Challenging up, easy down. Awesome views at the summit. Take some cheese and crackers and vino to nosh on. Summer hike.

on Mount Equinox Trail

16 hours ago

hiking
20 hours ago

hiking
1 day ago

Was not difficult than I expected especially after the Cascades. Well marked at the bottom but was less marked near the top. Summit view was useless as trees were over grown. The outlook was a great view though, one of the best I have seen.

SO hard! Longest 3.3 mile up ever. But worth the climb.

Well marked trail with a steep incline in the beginning, strenous but not too hard. Great views and dog approved! Good trail for a dog used to trails and has some listening skills and is conditioned a little.

hiking
4 days ago

Lana falls is a great vista but is not a trail as this app describes. Rattlesnake trail is what the trail shows you. You can access the Falls off to the left (after going under the Penstock) in the early part of the trail. Hike down the first steep path for awesome views from the bottom of the Falls or further up on the left for a topside view.

hiking
5 days ago

The trail itself is rather bland, like a rough road. That being said, there are wild flowers and little streams to check out. Prospect Rock had a beautiful view and was well worth the short hike to the top.

Not too bad. Falls at the end were a great payoff.

hiking
6 days ago

Steep and hard. Just the way I like it.

hiking
6 days ago

on Mount Equinox Trail

hiking
7 days ago

Awesome hike but it is tough. I brought my three kids and they hated me for a little while afterwards. See my full write up. http://www.eastcoasthiker.com/trails/equinoxmountain