Mount Ellen and Mount Abraham

MODERATE 18 reviews

Mount Ellen and Mount Abraham is a 8.9 mile loop trail located near Warren, Vermont. The trail is rated as moderate offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

DISTANCE
8.9 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
3270 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

dog friendly

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Grab both these 4,000' peaks on a long ridge above the Sugarbush Ski Resort with an optional ski descent. This is a fun ridge climb in winter or spring if you bring along a pair of skis for the descent. Once you climb up the ski slopes you'll be following the Long Trail over the ridge to get both Abraham and Ellen. You'll reach the top of Lincoln Peak first on your ascent above the highest chairlift at Sugarbush. You'll then follow the ridge south to the bare summit of Abraham then back north a long ways across the ridge to the wooded summit of Ellen above Mad River Glen ski resort. Don't go down these trails as you'll end up at the base of the wrong resort. Instead, trace your steps back along the ridge to POI #6 where you intersect the Sugarbush trails. Pick a trail from here, snap into your skis and head on down for a fun descent.

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Took the Long Trail from Lincoln Gap. Moderate hike with some great views! Can break either Abraham or Ellen up for a quick day hike.

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4 months ago

This place is gorgeous! If your start your climb from sugarbush resort it's a hell of a climb up. Once you get to the mountain ridge its a breeze. Go to mount Abraham when you do this hike it's totally worth it!

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5 months ago

I just did to mount Abraham then back down. Easy and rewarding hike with great views.

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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Fun steep parts very slippery in the rain!

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