Adams Camp is a 5.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Stowe, Vermont that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October.
Two places I know of to start this trail run and I started off of Luce Hill Road, which was a little confusing to find the trail as it is basically a double track/logger road (Haul Rd) off Luce road into the woods. You follow the double track to the bypasses, I skipped the bypasses by going straight and experienced a challenging uphill on the double track all the way past the sign for the Von Trapp trails till the turn off for Ranch Camp Trail then right onto Kimmers trail, which was a great downhill, fast, single track for over a mile to the fork. Going left lead to small parking lot, going right went down a rocky/grassy wide, mowed trail. After a mile or so it curved up right/uphill to re-join with Haul road. The trail is fairly well marked and was lots of fun to run on. Very beautiful scenery in the forest. I would definitely run again.
Great hike probably even better on a my bike