See The Tallest Waterfall In Vermont At C.C. Putnam State Forest

There are endless ways to appreciate nature in the Green Mountain State. Yet, taking a trip to hike around the tallest waterfall in the state is still one of the best ways to absorb the beauty of Vermont. Moss Glen Falls, located in C.C. Putnam State Forest, is 85 feet high and beautiful all year long. While seeing the falls from the trailhead is an option, hiking up the trail to see the falls from above is a true delight. This waterfall hike is one you’ll want to tackle in all four seasons, check it out!

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Have you been to Moss Glen Falls? Did you take on the entire hike? Have you visited the falls when they are frozen over? Tell us all about your experience in the comments below.

Looking to get outside and explore this winter? A hike to Camel’s Hump in Vermont is an awesome experience, even in the dead of winter!

Address: Moss Glen Falls, Stowe, VT 05672, USA