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Mansfield Mountain - Sunset Ridge - Long Trail- Loop

Underhill, VT

This loop starts on one of the most popular trails, Sunset Ridge and is a 5.7 mile strenuous hiking trail near Underhill, Vermont. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking and snowshoeing.

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Pico Peak Trail
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66 Completed 5 Reviews

Shelburn trail was great today. 1:40 to the camp and 30 min to the top. Trail was packed and was easy to follow. Blue blazes that you can see when on thr ski trails when you go in and out of them

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Monroe Trail
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6 Completed 1 Reviews

Directions are inaccurate, leads to head of camels hump rd in Huntington with access to Burrows and Forest city trail parking lots

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Dome Trail
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

great view toward to after an enjoyable hike

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Knapp Ponds WMA
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123 Completed 94 Reviews

Great area year around, fishing, kayaking, snowshoeing. Nice scenery, light traffic, great spot to capture a sunset.

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Niquette Bay State Park
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Great trail, I did the loop with the stone stairs, it was a lot of fun! Easy enough for a 16 lb poodle to do, but though enough to get your heart pumping and keep you warm in 20 degree weather. (with the proper gear of course ;-) ) I can't wait to do it again! :-)

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Monroe Skyline, Lincoln Gap to Appalachian Gap
by Lance Clarke

6 Completed 6 Reviews

I hiked this northbound as part of my Long Trail thru-hike this past summer. It was one of my favourite parts of my trip. Climbing up Abe was rocky and steep at times, definitely work, but the work was rewarded with a wonderful view at the top! Then it was ridge walking for most of the rest of the way. One of the most memorable parts was the descent into Appalachian Gap, a rather challenging bit of hiking including ladders and rebar.
Not an easy trail, but it is a very rewarding trail.

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Red Rocks Park
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6 Completed 4 Reviews

Good, well-used network of trails in a woodlands park near Burlington, VT. Views of the lake, forested paths, and cliffs. Nice spot to walk your dog, see some trees, and get a little exercise very close to town. Accessible year round.

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Ascutney State Campground
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123 Completed 94 Reviews

Decent little campground but nowhere near the Brownsville trail lol; actually the Futures trail starts inside the park but thats the longest way to the summit and parallels the auto road. The Windsor and Brownsville trails are few miles down the road.

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Paran-Frost Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

This trail starts at the lake Beachhouse and continues up to the Robert Frost home. The round trip is about 4.2 miles. I would strongly recommend this trail it's well marked and has a good combination of level and hills.

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Colchester Pond
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6 Completed 4 Reviews

A long hike around the pond in the melting ice and snow on Christmas Day. Good views of the water from the west and south sides. Would do it again.

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