Vermont August 20, 2018
The Ultimate Bucket List For Anyone In Vermont Who Loves Waterfall Hikes
Waterfalls and hiking trails are two things that Vermont showcases better than anywhere else in the Northeast. So if you are ready to make a waterfall hike bucket list, this is a great place to start. Check out our picks below for some beauty filled spots that will have you ready to grab your shoes and hit the trails.
1. Thundering Brook Falls, Killington
Reach Thundering Brook Falls by taking a delightful boardwalk trail with loads of lovely scenery. The trail is accessible for people of all ages and abilities making this the perfect hike to enjoy some well-deserved family time! Learn more about the boardwalk trail and falls
2. Moss Glen Falls, Stowe
The 125-foot drop of Moss Glen Falls is truly something to behold. A 10-minute hike through the Putnam State Forest will take you to this spectacular water showing. Several cascading drops make this spot a favorite haunt for photographers.
3. Buttermilk Falls, Ludlow
This 1.1-mile hike will take you to three gorgeous waterfalls. Buttermilk Falls has a lower, middle, and upper falls with cascades that are almost too good to be true. Find out more about the hike
4. Bingham Falls, Stowe
A short hike through the Mt. Mansfield State Forest will take you to a little slice of hidden paradise. Bring your suit, if the weather is warm you won't be able to resist taking a dip in the pools below the spectacular falls. Discover more about this waterfall
5. Falls of Lana, Salisbury
The 3.5-mile loop trail that takes you to Falls of Lana can be tough at times, but make the trek and the payoff is dynamite. The rushing cascades are not only gorgeous to see, but the sounds are just as amazing.
6. Texas Falls, Hancock
For one of the best vantage points of a waterfall, take this staircase hike that leads to an amazing overlook. A short distance of just .01 mile leads to the falls and the entire loop through the recreation area is one mile. Learn more about this waterfall staircase hike
7. Big Falls, Troy
To see the largest undammed waterfall in Vermont, the hiking is a little tricky. If you are up for the challenge, the end view is something of epic proportions. Learn more about this majestic natural wonder
How many of these are on your waterfall hike bucket list? Which one is your favorite? If you love hiking along the water, take
this riverwalk for fabulous views.