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Fall Hiking in Vermont

.September weather is perfect for hiking and enjoying Fall’s beauty.


Vermont Fall Foliage Reports


Libby’s Look @ The Preston Pond Conservation Area, Bolton

Easy 2.6 mile loops, Pets OK, trails are maintained by citizen volunteers in Bolton.

          2 Parking spots at 3638 Stage Rd Trailhead & 4 spots at 3643 Notch Rd Trailhead


Camel’s Hump State Park

Moderate 2.4 or 3.4 miles to summit, Leashed Dogs OK

          Parking at 3160 Camel’s Hump Rd in Huntington for The Burrows Trail 2.4 miles

          Parking at end of Camel’s Hump Rd in N Duxbury for The Monroe Trail 3.4 miles

          Also from Duxbury lot is The Camel’s Hump View Trail .8 mile easy stroll with

          benches and very nice vistas, great for kids and elders.


Vermont State Parks Website

Their hiking information section is a great resource as it breaks out hiking trails by areas, plus gives trail

recommendations, hiking with kids, hiking with your pet, hiking with a group, trail running,

additional hiking resources and provides a trailfinder.

Features several options for easy, moderate and advanced hikes in the Stowe, Waterbury and

Mad River Valley region and also offers a downloadable Hiking Guide.    

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