Abbey Pond Trail

East Middlebury, Vermont 05740

Abbey Pond Trail

Abbey Pond Trail Professional Review and Guide

"The Abbey Pond Trail (blue blazes) enters the woods on a gravel path. At first it climbs gently, with dense hardwood forest to either side but open sky above. At about 0.1 mile a boulder on the left appears sliced into sections.

More large boulders dot the woods, then the trail crosses an old stone wall. The path becomes somewhat steeper, and the gravel gives way to loose rocks. The trail bends to the left, then at 0.2 mile crosses a scenic brook on a solid footbridge. Cascades tumble down a small gorge on the right, then flow over smooth ledges to the left. If the water levels are low, there are a couple of shallow pools here that your dog will enjoy."

Abbey Pond Trail Reviews

4
4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars
icon1 Total
10/18/2010
great trip for foliage season, especially as the typically higher fall water volume means the numerous falls along the trail are truly impressive. the higher water volume is also a drawback however, not only had several parts of the trail become small running brooks, but we were unable to complete the trail as the water was too high to cross the actual stream a couple of miles up the trail. so go prepared to get wet during spring or fall. also, the directions are incorrect. the gravel road to turn onto from us116 is called abby pond road and it is 4.8 miles from the jct of 125 and 116, not 2.3 miles.
0
https://cdn-www.trails.com/ui/images/userBlank.png
Comments

Abbey Pond Trail Photos

Trail Information

East Middlebury
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
4.2
Distance
1,200 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
2.5 hours
Duration
Best spring through fall
Season
Green Mountain National Forest - Middlebury District
Local Contacts
USGS South Mountain
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Jul 2018