The Nose to The Chin via Long Trail is a 2.8 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Underhill, Vermont that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length2.8 miElevation gain1,053 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashHikingNature tripsWalkingForestViewswild-flowersWildlifeRockySnow
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Sierra Heimel
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Tyler Jackson
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Slip and slide

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Douglas McFarren
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It’s been a long while since I have undertaken this trail. I brought my son along on this hike as his first one for the season. The crystal clear blue skies and sweeping panoramic views from the summit coupled with the brilliant colors of Fall made the hike a very rewarding venture for him. I think I’ve set the hook! Enjoy the trail!

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Mark Hull
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Gayle Bart
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HikingGreat!

Thought the trail was pretty easy! There’s a spot with a 360 degrees view about 10 minutes in! Beautiful views, not too challenging and there was a pumpkin marking the summit! We did the Subway trail on the way back which is definitely difficult but a ton of fun!

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Elija F
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Crowded! Yikes!

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Brittany McDonough
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AMAZING HIKE! Moderate/Easy. If you’re up for an added adventure go down the Subway Trail to find a ladder leading down into a cave along the mountain ridge. It cost us about $35 for my boyfriend and I to drive up the toll road.

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Andrea Eaton
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Brett Hughes
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Andrew W
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Amazing hike, beautiful views literally the entire time. We finished in just under 2hrs. Easy/moderate hike, sweating on a day with no wind, clear skies but not exhausting for most people. Not busy on a Monday at 10am, but definitely picked up a bit as we left. Path is well marked. First half of trial is a very clear, easy path, and slow incline. Second half gets a litter steeper and rockier. There are a few side trials that follow the main trial that looked a little more challenging. We were surprised by the toll road which was around $35 a car and additional fee per person. But it’s worth it for anyone who wants the views but would rather not do or can’t do a 5hr hike.

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Cole Martine
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Geoff Richards
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Ryan Sansom
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Tadpole’s mom
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Devon Harrison
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Heather Frady
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If you want a moderate 2 hr hike that gets the lungs & booty going a little & has views the whole time this is for you! If you have more than 1 car, carpool to the top to save $ on the ski resort toll road. Once at the top park in Lot A. You only have to hike 10 mins before it opens up to your views for the whole hike. Your hiking the ridge the whole time but you still get a perfect amount of elevation to make it feel like a hike. We had no wind today and was sweating but does not seem like the norm from other reviews so bring layers. You will not be disappointed.

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Tim Morgan
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Hell Brook trail was steep, quick. Had trail markings but if you weren't paying attention easy to take a wrong turn. Summit was great as was the ridge. Did the Lake View and Canyon trail back, was not expecting canyoneering type trail, but it was super fun. Long Trail back down and up the road for the loop.

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guillem y
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Nick Mardeuse
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Ed Garbash
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Lincoln Riddle
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This trail is a lot of fun. It’s not overly challenging and offers a unique hike to the summit. The views are stellar! The day I hiked it the weather was pretty wild on Mount Mansfield. I made a YouTube video about it, just search my name “Lincoln Riddle” to find it. I actually make videos about hidden travel gems, and the original video was intended to be about the toll road up through Stowe Ski Resort. However, once I got on this awesome trail, I knew I needed to do it on this instead. Great hike. Will do again the next time I’m in Vermont.

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Paul Lemelin
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Katherine Dale
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Beautiful trail. I highly recommend taking the toll road. Very windy on top, bring your windbreaker and maybe a light fleece even for warm sunny days. It gets pretty cold. We went in late August and were comfortable in multiple light layers. Don't be that guy wearing just a t-shirt. You can see Lake Champlain, and also the ski lift that is operating at Stowe. If you're trying to pick between taking the ski lift to the top vs toll road I would suggest toll road. The ski lift awkwardly puts you in the middle of the trail so you'd have to double back if you want to hike the full thing. Fairly easy trail if you're just doing the top, we saw plenty of families. There are rocks to scramble over, but no dangerous drop offs or anything like that.

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