One of the Most Haunted Bridges in Vermont, the Gold Brook Bridge, Has Been Around Since 1844

Nestled in the thick woods of Stowe, Vermont, sits a gorgeously built 19th-century covered bridge. Its formal name is the Gold Brook Bridge, though many locals know the landmark by its far more popular nickname: Emily’s Bridge.

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The bridge has no official website or formal social media pages, though one can find several pages on Facebook dedicated to the spot. It’s a local favorite for sure, though, and we think you’ll totally love it- for the spooks and the beauty alike.

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Address: Covered Bridge Rd, Stowe, VT 05672, USA