Bread Loaf Mountain

Bread Loaf, Vermont

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Through nicely forested landscapes, this pleasant hike into the 25,237-acre Breadloaf Wilderness showcases the best of what central Vermont hiking has to offer. In addition to scaling a New England Hundred Highest Peak, the day’s journey offers nice views of the Champlain Valley and the distant Adirondacks and visits a serene, high-elevation pond tucked away in a secluded basin. As an added bonus, unlike many treks to similar-sized mountains in New England, this 8-mile journey by and large traverses gradual terrain. Take this hike in early summer for wildflowers and abundant songbirds, or in midautumn for vibrant foliage.

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"Through nicely forested landscapes, this pleasant hike into the 25,237-acre Breadloaf Wilderness showcases the best of what central Vermont hiking has to offer. In addition to scaling a New England Hundred Highest Peak, the day’s journey offers nice views of the Champlain Valley and the distant Adirondacks and visits a serene, high-elevation pond tucked away in a secluded basin. As an added bonus, unlike many treks to similar-sized mountains in New England, this 8-mile journey by and large traverses gradual terrain. Take this hike in early summer for wildflowers and abundant songbirds, or in midautumn for vibrant foliage."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Bread Loaf
Distance: 8
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate to Difficult
Duration: 6 hours
Season: May–October
Local Maps: USGS: Bread Loaf, Lincoln
Driving Directions: Directions to Bread Loaf Mountain

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May 2018