A Lovely Lakefront Hike, The Mount Pisgah Trail Just Might Be The Most Beautiful Place In Vermont

Located on Lake Willoughby, a hike on the picturesque Mount Pisgah has some of the most amazing views in all of Vermont. The total distance of this trail is 4 miles and plan for about 3 hours to complete this moderate hike. With plenty of lookouts and fantastic views, Mount Pisgah is one of the most beautiful hikes in Vermont and is a must for all nature lovers.

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Take a closer look at Lake Willoughby, and for more hiking around Vermont, check out these 18 hikes under 5 miles.

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August 03, 2020

What are the most beautiful hikes in Vermont?

Vermont has, arguably, the best and most scenic hiking trails in all of New England, which makes answering this question almost impossible. But there’s a reason Mt. Mansfield and Camel’s Hump are so popular. So, the two that come to mind are 1) the summit of Mt. Mansfield hike, which offers some of the most spectacular views tin VT, and 2) Camel’s Hump, which features a 360-degree panorama. If you are interested in hiking Mt. Mansfield, we recommend the Sunset Ridge Trail, which is accessible from Underhill State Park. Some other beautiful hikes include: Mount Pisgah Trail, Camel’s Hump Trail, and Lye Brook Falls Trail. Happy hiking!

Where can I find the bluest water in Vermont?

Lake Willoughby is perhaps the bluest lake in Vermont, but there are other places to check out as well. If you don’t mind taking a hike to reach this place, it’s well worth it; we encourage you to visit the stunning Sterling Pond at Smuggler’s Notch in Jeffersonville. This pond’s color and placid nature will astonish you with its blue and crisp nature. Check out the spectacular Sterling Pond and hike for information further information about the place. Happy searching!

What are the most beautiful beaches in Vermont?

Some might think that Vermont doesn’t really have any beaches, but instead all there is is hiking, and swimming holes. And yes we do have lots of good hiking and swimming holes, but, in fact, we also have some wonderfully pristine and gorgeous sandy beaches. Check out Vermont’s best beaches. For a quick overview, we recommend the Sandbar State Park in Milton, Leddy Park in Burlington, and Thayer Beach in Colchester to get started. Have fun exploring!

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