Rattlesnake Point and Falls of Lana Trail

East Middlebury, Vermont 5740

Rattlesnake Point and Falls of Lana Trail

Rattlesnake Point and Falls of Lana Trail Professional Review and Guide

"On this trip, you and your family will wander near the picturesque Falls of Lana (named for an army general, not a beautiful woman named Lana). You’ll climb steadily through pleasant woodlands and view Lake Dunmore, the surrounding hills, and far-off New York peaks from cliffs on Rattlesnake Point.

Does a 5-mile hike seem too long? Cut the total distance by more than 3 miles by hiking to both sides of the waterfall and then returning to your vehicle. The trails cross Green Mountain National Forest as well as Branbury State Park property. Be sure to explore the park’s swimming area, campground, and playground before you head home."

Rattlesnake Point and Falls of Lana Trail Reviews

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9/1/2007
You'll see many people along the way sunning and swimming. The lower section follows a large aqueduct pipe up the mountain before you hit the trail and have to decide which direction to follow. Great views the entire length of this easy hike and cold but refreshing water to soak in. The perfect spot to spend a hot day.
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Trail Information

East Middlebury
Nearby City
Kid-friendly
Accessibility
5
Distance
1,050 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
4 hours
Duration
May-October, closed March 15-August 1
Season
Waterfalls
Features
Green Mountain National Forest
Local Contacts
USGS East Middlebury
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Jul 2018