This Hidden Trail In Vermont Leads To A Magnificent Archaeological Treasure

In one of the upper most corners of Vermont is a little island with a big history to discover. Isle La Motte is one of the Champlain Islands, and here you’ll find the The Goodsell Ridge Preserve and the Fisk Quarry Preserve, and they hold a wonderful archaeological treasure in VT. In all seasons, visitors can visit and discover some of these treasures on a nature walk and it’s fun for the whole family.

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The Fisk Quarry Preserve is located on West Shore Road in Isle La Motte, and the Goodsell Ridge Preserve is located at 239 Quarry Road in Isle La Motte.

These spots are an Archaeological Treasure in VT, so click here to learn more about the Chazy Reef, one of the greatest geological wonders in the world.