Little Rock Pond and Green Mountain

Rutland, Vermont 5702

Little Rock Pond and Green Mountain

Little Rock Pond and Green Mountain Professional Review and Guide

"An easy family backpack to campsites on Little Rock Pond, or a looping, scenic day
hike that adds the Green Mountain summit."

Little Rock Pond and Green Mountain Reviews

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11/13/2006
The hike up to the pond and around it (not the whole loop) was great. A pretty easy trail (it can get muddy due to the closeness of the stream), the hike up and around and back down is probably about 5 miles. Little Rock Pond is a gorgeous body of water. The markers were a bit sporadic and at one point some tree scrambling happened and the trail markers seemed lost (fallen trees). Other than that, very easy and lovely.
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3/12/2003
I highly recommend this trail for your early winter camping bug. The light snow across Little Rock Pond is a breathtaking sight. The location of the body of water is perfect...you emerge from the quiet woods to gaze in awe at the modest size pond and the large granite rock formations around it. The Green Mountain trail is greatas well. Did you know you can listen to silence? The Lula Tye Shelter is an excellent accommodation as well.
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Trail Information

Rutland
Nearby City
Kid-friendly
Accessibility
4-6.5 miles
Distance
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
Manchester Ranger District, 2538 Depot Street, Manchester Center, VT 05255; (802) 362-2307
Local Contacts
USGS Danby and Wallingford quads
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Jul 2018