Barr Hill Nature Preserve

Greensboro, Vermont

Barr Hill Nature Preserve Professional Review and Guide

"A short nature walk in the northern highlands of Vermont. “Off the beaten path” acquires a whole new meaning at this 256-acre sanctuary in remote north-central Vermont. In their quest to reach the Barr Hill Nature Preserve, visitors motor along a busy barnyard lane where placid herds of Holsteins often claim
the right of way.

The uninitiated even learn to open and close an electric gate before arriving at a designated flat spot for parking in a field. Hard-core types searching for rugged trail adventure should scratch Barr Hill off their list. While thrillseekers may consider this path just a loop through an overgrown pasture, hikers with a curious bent will delight in a naturalist’s retreat that imparts inspiring lessons."

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Trail Information

Greensboro
Nearby City
0.3-0.7 mile
Distance
150 feet
Elevation Gain
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
The Nature Conservancy, 27 State Street, Montpelier, Vermont 05602; (802) 229-4425
Local Contacts
USGS Caspian Lake; handouts guides are available at the trailhead
Local Maps
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Jun 2018