Amity Pond Natural Area is a 2 mile out and back trail located near South Royalton, Vermont and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and snowshoeing and is best used from March until November.
Beautiful trail, well managed. Some trees are down currently (05/21/16) but nothing you can't easily pass. A couple muddy patches but surprisingly good condition. Be sure to have bug spray and plenty of water. The hike back up is a moderate incline so save your energy.
nice easy trails I brought my 3 year old and 6 year old and they loved it! bring your bug spray!
We hiked a lovely three mile loop on the Amity Pond Trail starting from Allen Hill Road. There is a kiosk there with a map, take a photo of the map before you go. It's 1.5 miles mostly down hill to Broad Brook Road, turn right on the road to the little village of East Barnard, then right at the church and right just past the first house back onto the trail for another .7 miles mostly uphill back to the beginning. It is well marked and easy to follow.
Nice trail. Little anticlimactic since it comes to end at a road. A few nice old growth trees off the trail. Well marked.