Pleiad Lake Trail Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Located at the northern end of the Moosalamoo region on a shoulder of Worth Mountain, Pleiad Lake is one of the highest lakes in Vermont. A mere 0.4 mile from Route 125, it is surprisingly unknown among hikers, except for locals and those hiking the Long Trail (LT). This an excellent puppy hike, because there is little vertical and the terrain is smooth.
From the trailhead, take the LT South (white blazes) up a short rise to a sign-in box. Just after the box, the LT comes to one of the ski trails at the Middlebury Snow Bowl. Bear left up the trail, angling toward the top of the chairlift. The trail crosses behind the bull-wheel, where you find the only expansive mountain view on the entire hike, stretching all the way to the Adirondack High Peaks on a clear day."