Falls of Lana Trail is a hiking trail in Addison County, Vermont. It is within Branbury State Park and Green Mountain National Forest. It is 0.4 miles long and begins at 596 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 374 feet. Near the trailhead there is a camp site. Along the trail there are cliffs, a bare rock, and a pipeline.
Falls of Lana Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"This hike takes you to the incredible Falls of Lana, which deserve exploring, and possibly even to a pool for swimming below the main falls. Additionally, you’ll visit the beautiful Rattlesnake Cliffs viewpoint, where a high perch above Lake Dunmore provides incredible views over Silver Lake, as well as the Vermont Valley and the Adirondacks in New York."
--Eli Burakian, Best Easy Day Hikes Green Mountains (Falcon Guides).
"One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Vermont, the Falls of Lana are composed of a number of steep drops and a rushing channel of water that makes a turn below the main drop. The falls can be accessed from both sides, and you can jump into a deep swimming hole below the first drop."
--Eli Burakian, Hiking Waterfalls in New England (Falcon Guides).
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