Amity Pond Natural Area

Woodstock, Vermont 5091

Amity Pond Natural Area

Amity Pond Natural Area Professional Review and Guide

"A two-hour walk through a peaceful preserve, with overnight shelters for hikers who wish to linger.

Traveling to Amity Pond through valleys stocked with black-and-white cattle and maple syrup signs, visitors are prone to expect a romantic pool circled by lush wildflower meadows and stunning mountain views. Reality dashes such illusions. In fact, Amity Pond is a tiny kettle hole well disguised by brambles and poplar trees."

Amity Pond Natural Area Reviews

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nice, sweet for snowshoeing, easy, rolling, clear on top for good views.

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Trail Information

Nearby City
1.3-1.5 miles
300 feet
Elevation Gain
Trail Type
Easy to Moderate
Skill Level
Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation, District I, 100 Mineral Street, Suite 304, Springfield, VT 05156; (802) 885-8855
Local Contacts
USGS Quechee and Woodstock North quads handout maps available
Local Maps

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Jul 2018