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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Camels Hump is a Vermont landmark, a bald peak with a distinct shape. In the late 1700s ...
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.
A barrier-free stroll on a drive-up summit, suitable for any family. Mount Philo brings ...
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 ...
A two- or three-day backpack circuit through the heart of the Big Branch Wilderness; a ...
A half-day hike to an uncivilized peak with tremendous North Country views. Knee deep ...
A vigorous hike up the western flank of Vermont’s lowest 4,000-foot peak.
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