The Red Rocks Park Loop Trail Might Be One Of The Most Beautiful Short-And-Sweet Hikes To Take In Vermont
Vermont has no shortage of hikes with beautiful scenery, but many are far too long for a quick, spur-of-the-moment adventure. Fortunately, there are plenty of trails in Vermont that offer gorgeous scenery without requiring you to break a sweat. Next time you’re in the mood for a short-and-sweet nature outing, look no further than Red Rocks Park Loop Trail. This easy hike features a host of different landscapes, plus unparalleled lakefront views. Take a look at what might just be one of the best hikes in Vermont:
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Have you ever hiked Red Rocks Park Loop Trail? If so, what’s your favorite part of the trail? Do you agree that it’s one of the best hikes in Vermont? Let us know in the comments below, and then check out our previous article for another easy, yet bucket list-worthy hike in Vermont: Hike To An Emerald Lagoon On This Easy Trail In Vermont.
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What are the best state parks in Vermont?
If you're someone who loves spending time in the great outdoors, you'll find that Vermont has loads to offer. From beautiful lakes, rivers, and mountains, the Green Mountain State is brimming with gorgeous natural beauty. One of the best ways to experience nature in Vermont is by visiting a state park. With so many fantastic parks, the options can be overwhelming. Fortunately, we've pinpointed some of our very favorites for you to visit. At the top of the list is Thetford Hill State Park. While you're there, be sure to visit Sunset Hill and pack a picnic! Next up on the list would be Big Deer State Park, which is tucked away within the Groton State Forest. Boasting 17 miles of hiking trails, this beautiful park is popular among hikers, bikers, and horseback riders alike. Located in southern Vermont is perhaps one of the most popular parks, Molly Stark State Park. It's here you'll find a treasure trove of photo-worthy mountain views, so be sure to take your camera! Other must-see state parks in Vermont include Stillwater State Park, Wilgus State Park, Jamaica State Park, Branbury State Park, Knight Island State Park, Lowell Lake State Park, and Niquette Bay State Park. Curious to learn more about these places? Check out our previous article: 10 Under-Appreciated State Parks In Vermont You’re Sure To Love.