These 7 Vermont Hiking Trails Lead To Some Incredible Pieces Of History
Vermont has a rich past, and these historic hikes in Vermont are a great way to learn something new as you get some fresh air and exercise. Where is your favorite place to go when you want to take a closer look at times past? Let us know!
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Have you hiked any of these phenomenal trails recently? What’s your list of the best hiking trails in Vermont? Which other things to do outside in Vermont are you looking forward to this season? Let us know below in the comments section.
Address: 22 Cedar Mountain Rd, Fair Haven, VT 05743, USA
Address: 1826 Back Mountain Rd, Windsor, VT 05089, USA
Address: Robert Frost Interpretive Trail, Ripton, VT 05766, USA
Address: 700 Trapp Hill Rd, Stowe, VT 05672, USA
Address: 3444 Little River Rd, Waterbury, VT 05676, USA
Address: Long Trail, Warren, VT, USA
Address: 69 Pine St, Isle La Motte, VT 05463, USA
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historic hikes in Vermont
December 11, 2020
What are the most beautiful hikes in Vermont?
VT may be small but it’s practically impossible to run out of amazing hikes. One of the most scenic hikes in Vermont is the hike up Mt. Mansfield, which provides some of the most spectacular views in our state. If you are interested in hiking Mt. Mansfield, we highly recommend taking the Sunset Ridge Trail; the trail is easily accessible from Underhill State Park and is well marked. Some other beautiful hikes in Vermont are 1. Mount Pisgah Trail, 2. Camel’s Hump Trail, and 3. Lye Brook Falls Trail. Happy hiking!
What are the best family attractions in Vermont?
Smuggler’s Notch Resort, picked as America’s Most Family Friendly Ski Resort, offers countless fun options at their resort all year long, including a great water adventure park. Visit the Smuggler’s Notch website to learn more about their resort and summer and winter activities. Another great family attraction in Vermont is the largest corn maze in Vermont. Shelburne Museum is another great place for a family trip in Vermont. Visit their website before planning a trip for more information, museum news and schedule/tours.
What is the most scenic town in Vermont?
Answering this question is really challenging, for there are just so many scenic towns in Vermont. Attempting to answer this question will assuredly lead to disappointing some while gratifying others. But with that being said, here are the five most scenic towns in Vermont: 1. Manchester; 2. Woodstock; 3. Grafton; 4. Stowe; 5. Shelburne. Of course, there are many other scenic and worthy towns to visit. If you are still interested in finding more picturesque towns in Vermont, check out the 17 most picturesque towns in Vermont.