Explore A Little Slice Of New Hampshire From The Little Black Mountain Trail In Vermont

Based in southern Vermont, the Little Black Mountain trail is an in and out trail that’s just over a mile long. Due to the terrain and elevation of 219 feet, it’s rated moderate.¬†Locals and tourists flock to the trail to see wildlife and to take in views of New Hampshire that look like they’re a stone’s throw away. Because the trail is fairly short and slightly steep, it’s also popular for families with children.

Set your GPS to 1933 Black Mountain Rd in Dummerston to reach the trailhead.

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To learn more about the Little Black Mountain trail and to plan your outing, visit AllTrails.

The Little Black Mountain Trail is a short distance from the town of Brattleboro. So, after you’ve enjoyed your hike, take time to explore Brattleboro, Vermont¬†or cross the state line to continue your outing in Keene, New Hampshire.

 

Address: Black Mountain Rd, Brattleboro, VT 05301, USA