Best Hiking in Vermont

This list represents the most popular hiking in Vermont. Use this list to plan your next Vermont hiking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

A classic ascent of a rocky ridge to the highest peak in Vermont.
A half-day hike to a challenging peak on Vermont’s eastern border. Don’t be fooled by ...
This hike is a peak-bagger’s dream, crossing at least four summits - Mount Abraham (elevation ...
A five- to six-hour round-trip to the second highest summit in Vermont.
This is a long, scenic day hike to Camel’s Hump—Vermont’s highest pristine peak and a ...
Crowded and touristy? Yes. Worth going anyway? Absolutely—especially if you can time your ...
Lye Brook Trail is a hiking trail in Stratton, Vermont. It is within Green Mountain National ...
A relaxing half-day family hike to a southern Green Mountain summit overlooking Haystack ...
When polling frequent hikers in the Stowe area, the unanimous “Must Do” hike is Mount ...
Camels Hump is a Vermont landmark, a bald peak with a distinct shape. In the late 1700s ...
Highpoint rank by height: 26th. The hike from the top of the Auto Toll Road follows a ...
A vigorous half-day hike to the premier summit of the Worcester Range. A popular trail, ...
Just the fact that Mount Mansfield is the tallest peak in Vermont makes it a magnet for ...
A short promenade along the shore of Lake Champlain.
An easy family backpack to campsites on Little Rock Pond, or a looping, scenic day hike ...
Short and sweet, the hike to Moss Glen Falls is the only one in the book that comes with ...
A day hike to summits in the Breadloaf Wilderness with an overnight option in a cabin ...
Day hikes or family backpacks through a community-supported environmental education c ...
There are at least three Haystack Mountains in Vermont with trails on them: one to the ...
A half-day hike to the northernmost Green Mountain peak. There’s no mistaking Jay Peak, ...
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