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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.

Easy to find trailhead. You go steadily up through the woods until you reach the top. Pretty overlook! Trail was well maintained and easy to follow.

hiking
3 days ago

hiking
4 days ago

wouldn't call it difficult but it's a beautiful trail with a gentle climb and a great view from the firetower. plus the added sentimentality since it is the birthplace of both the Long Trail and the AT :)

hiking
4 days ago

beautiful views at the top but a bit disappointing to hear trucks, cars and machinery down below. still nice to be in nature but a bit of a letdown

awesome hike. my wife and i did the whole loop. tons of climbing but well worth it. beautiful and quiet. almost saw no one. definitely recommended.

This was a very hard trail, you are hiking at a steep incline for the entirety of the trail. There are not many good places to stop to rest along the way. The view is incredible, but since you are able to drive to the top of the mountain, this takes away from the rewarding feeling of reaching summit.

This was a great hike. Long incline with some fun rocks to climb right at the end resulting in a perfect view with a bar at the top. Good time. This was the first peak for the North End Mountain Club.

Gorgeous!