Mount Ascutney Is Vermont’s Only Non-Active Volcano, And It’s Worth A Stop

At 3,144 feet, Mount Ascutney is a great destination in Vermont for scenic views and adventure. Although there are a few trail options that’ll take you through the mountain and to the summit, keep in mind that you’ll be hiking on a non-active volcano too. And while you won’t see an active volcano in the Green Mountain State, you’ll probably see a hang glider or two jumping off the mountain and soaring through the sky!

To reach Mount Ascutney, set your GPS to Weathersfield, Vermont.

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Have you been to Mount Ascutney? If so, feel free to share your experience in the comment section below. And, if you’d to explore some more natural wonders in the Green Mountain State after spending time at Mount Ascutney, check out this article: The 10 Most Incredible Natural Attractions In Vermont That Everyone Should Visit.

Address: Mount Ascutney, Mt Ascutney, Windsor, VT 05089, USA