Take a Scenic Drive On Lincoln Gap Road And Be Wowed By Vermont’s Beauty

Lincoln Gap Road is the highest mountain pass that cars are allowed to drive on in Vermont. Although parts of the road are steep and full of curves, the breathtaking views will make it worth your while. However, keep in mind that the road isn’t plowed in the winter and closes due to weather conditions. Therefore, it’s best to visit Lincoln Gap Road from April through October.

To get started on your scenic drive, take VT-100 either north or south and head to the town of Warren.

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To learn more about Lincoln Gap Road, visit here. If you’re curious about hiking in the area, take a look at AllTrails for more information.

Address: Lincoln Gap Rd, Warren, VT, USA