9 Gorgeous Waterfront Hikes In Vermont That Anyone Can Do

OK, Vermonters. Have you ever wanted to enjoy the great outdoors, but you’re not exactly up for trekking the Long Trail end to end? Us, too! That’s why we’ve gathered some less strenuous waterfront hikes so you can get some fresh air, take in fantastic views and enjoy the water. Also, stay tuned for 18 more hikes that are under 5 miles that everyone in Vermont should absolutely try! But first let’s take a look at these 9 amazing waterfront hikes in Vermont.

Which of these easy hiking trails in Vermont have you done? Are we missing any other great gems? Let us know below in the comments section. We look forward to heard from you.

For even more places to check out, try one of these 18 hikes under 5 miles in Vermont that everyone should take.

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August 31, 2020

Where are the most beautiful places in Vermont? 

Vermont has so many charming and beautiful places. This list will try to incorporate places from all over the state, but we can not do it justice with just one paragraph. So, without ordering the list, here are the most beautiful places in Vermont: Quechee Gorge, Lake Willoughby, the Notch Road through Mt. Mansfield, atop Camel’s Hump, Jay Peak, and Moss Glenn Falls. Happy exploring.

What are the best road trips in Vermont?

Here are a few phenomenal road trip options for you in Vermont. If you are looking for the best mini road trip in Vermont, this two-hour drive through the Notch of Mt. Mansfield along Vermont Route 108 from Stowe to Jeffersonville is perfect, and it may just be the most beautiful drive in all of Vermont. Happy road trippin’!

Where are the best swimming holes in Vermont?

Vermont has so many hidden swimming holes nestled sweetly all over the state. For starters, Bingham Falls is a great spot for an all-around swimming hole. With natural pools, cliff jumping, and waterfalls, what else could you want in a swimming hole? Another great place is Bristol Falls in Bristol. Here, you will find a refreshing and fun place to cool off from the summer heat. You’ll find deep pools, a waterfall, and several natural pools to explore. For more amazing swimming holes in Vermont, have a look at this article of 11 outstanding swimming holes in Vermont.