Devils Gulch

Hazens Notch, Vermont

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A maze of boulders, caves, and rock outcrops, Devils Gulch is short but also one of the most difficult sections of the Long Trail. It is also one of the trail’s most fascinating geologic areas as well. Only 0.2 mile in length, the damp moss- and fern-covered gulch is alive with amphibians, shadows, and hidden crevices. The gulch, yet another satanically named New England location, is a must-see feature of the Vermont landscape. Along the way, enjoy enchanting, hardwood forests and two delightful ponds.

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"A maze of boulders, caves, and rock outcrops, Devils Gulch is short but also one of the most difficult sections of the Long Trail. It is also one of the trail’s most fascinating geologic areas as well. Only 0.2 mile in length, the damp moss- and fern-covered gulch is alive with amphibians, shadows, and hidden crevices. The gulch, yet another satanically named New England location, is a must-see feature of the Vermont landscape. Along the way, enjoy enchanting, hardwood forests and two delightful ponds."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Hazens Notch
Distance: 5
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 3.5 hours
Season: Year-round
Local Maps: USGS: Hazens Notch, VT; Eden, VT
Driving Directions: Directions to Devils Gulch

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May 2018