Who We Are
Who We Are
Who We Are
Who We Are
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*All Vermont State Parks will have day-use fees
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Killington Ski Resort - Killington, Vermont
Stop any Killington Base Lodge for a map of our trail network.
Gifford Woods State Park
Gifford Woods State Park - With its location at the base of Killington and Pico peaks and its close proximity to the Appalachian and Long trails, Gifford Woods State Park is a favorite of hikers. Many through-hikers pass the park on their Appalachian Trail journey from Georgia to Maine. The park is also a popular destination during the fall foliage season for its dramatic autumn colors.
Deer Leap Cliffs
Deer Leap Cliffs, Rte 4, top of Sherburne Pass at the Long Trail Inn, Killington, Vermont. Park across the street in the hiker's parking. Total Distance: 2.0 Miles - Hiking Time: 1.5 Hours - Rating: Moderate
These cliffs atop Sherburne Pass overlook Pico Peak Ski area and also give dramatic views west to the Coolidge Range and beyond. You may have to share
the top with rock climbers, who arrive by scaling the cliff face.
Pico Peak Trail (Pico Peak)
Pico Peak Trail (Pico Peak) - Killington, Vermont Total Distance: 5.4 Miles - Hiking Time: 4 Hours roundtrip - Vertical Rise: 1800 ft.
Rating: Strenuous Between the Green Mountain National Forest and Coolidge State Forest Follow Route 4 to the top of Sherburne Pass, approximately 5 miles West of Killington or 9 miles East of Rutland. Trailhead parking is on the South side of the road just past the entrance to Pico Ski Resort. You will find the trail directly behind the parking area heading South. The trail follows a moderate grade to a ridge, and spur trail at the 0.6-mile mark. Where it eases a bit to the 1.1 mile mark and becomes steeper, traversing a ski trail to the 2.1-mile mark before returning to the woods and rockier terrain to the 2.5-mile mark at Pico Camp with bunk space for 12. Behind the camp is the blue-blazed Pico Peak Trail, which is very steep and bears left twice to cross a work road and another ski trail before ending at the 3,957-foot summit at 2.9 miles. Your return hike follows the same trail back to the parking area.
Mount Peg Trail (Mt. Peg)
Mount Peg Trail (Mt. Peg) - Woodstock, Vermont Total Distance: 2.0 Miles - Hiking Time: 2.0 Hours - Vertical Rise: 1200 ft. Rating: Moderate - Difficult. From the Woodstock Village Green, take Cross Street, to High Street and turn right going over the bridge where you turn right again onto Gulf Avenue. A sign on the left marks the trailhead consisting of a system of groomed ski trails leading from an open field on the northern hill to benches where you can view Mount Tom across
the valley and take in some of the best views of Woodstock Village. Your return hike follows the same trail back to the parking area.
Mt. Tom - Woodstock, VT
Mt. Tom - Fulnker Trail- Woodstock, Vermont
Head out on this 4.2-mile out-and-back trail near Woodstock, Vermont. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 1 hour 54 min to complete. This is a popular trail for backpacking, birding, and cross-country skiing, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of the day. The trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime. Dogs are welcome but must be on a leash.
Quechee Gorge, Rte 4 Quechee, Vermont. Total Distance: 1.6 Miles - Rating: Moderate Follow the Outauquechee River from a still millpond as it rushes through the narrow 165' deep Quechee Gorge. When it discharges from the ravine, the river broadens, calms and weaves around some small islands.
Rattlesnake Cliffs and The Falls of Lana
Rattlesnake Cliffs and The Falls of Lana, Rte 53, Salisbury, Vermont Total Distance: 3.9 Miles - Rating: Moderate Hike by the beautiful Falls of Lana before ascending to the cliff tops of Rattlesnake Point for spectacular views across Lake Dunmore to the Adirondack Mtns and beyond.
Silver Lake and The Falls of Lana
Silver Lake and The Falls of Lana, Rte 53, Salisbury, Vermont Total Distance: 5.5 Miles - Rating: Moderate - Pass by a truly lovely waterfall en route to a pristine mountain lake. An impressive trail that gives easy access to the water circles of Silver Lake.
The Great Cliff & Mount Horrid Overlook Trail (Mt. Horrid)
The Great Cliff & Mount Horrid Overlook Trail (Mt. Horrid) - Brandon, Vermont Total Distance: 1.4 Miles - Hiking Time: 1 Hour - Vertical Rise: 620 ft. Rating: Moderate
In the Green Mountain National Forest, follow Route 73 to the top of Brandon Gap with trailhead parking on the South side of the road. Cross the highway and climb the bank heading north on the white-blazed Long Trail and follow 0.6 mile to the Great Cliff Overlook. Just past the sign, the trail steeply ascends on log steps to a ridge, then soon becomes much rockier and steeper. This leads to a blue-blazed trail on your right, which takes you to the Great Cliff of the 2,800-foot Mount Horrid Overlook. Your return hike follows the same trail back to the parking area.