Take This Vermont Partially Paved Loop Trail Through A Forest For A Peaceful Adventure
By Marla S.|Published July 20, 2022
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For an epic outdoor adventure that includes walking by (and through) diverse landscapes, head to the Middlebury and Jackson Trail Loop in Vermont. During this 8.5-mile hike, you’ll get to see open fields, rolling hills, the Green Mountains, a marsh, water, and a forest. While you can easily explore a part of this scenic trail, expect that’ll take an average of three hours if you opt to hike the entire loop.
To reach the hike around Middlebury and Jackson Trail Loop, take US-7S for about 50 minutes if you’re coming from Burlington, Vermont.
If you’re looking for more outdoor adventures along looped trails in Vermont, check out the hikes in Red Rocks Park. Based near Colchester, the Allen Trail is another option if you’re short on time and interested in an easy paved hike in Vermont.
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