Backpacking Trails in Vermont
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Backpacking Trails in Vermont

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7 - 22 mi
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Vermont has 14 backpacking trails. These trails range from 7 to 22.7 miles in length. The most popular trails are Lye Brook Wilderness, Glastenbury Mountain Wilderness and Mount Mansfield. Trails.com member Nick N. recently completed Glastenbury Mountain Wilderness.
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Lye Brook Trail is a hiking trail in Stratton, Vermont. It is within Green Mountain National ...
Deep in the southern Green Mountains, 3,748-foot Glastenbury Mountain rises above a ...
A hump of solid stone composes the 4,083-foot summit, tufted with a small patch of alpine ...
Overnight backpacking through a microburst area and past two ponds, followed by a long ...
Mount Mansfield’s long alpine spine resembles a human face. He looks upward; the top of ...
The Breadloaf Wilderness’s 25,000 acres include 27 miles of the Long Trail and a chain ...
This classic hike includes the largest lake on the Long Trail and the summit where James ...
Established in 2006, the 22,425-acre Glastenbury Wilderness highlights one of Vermont’s ...
Killington is by far the biggest ski area in New England, stretching 11 miles over seven ...
Route 100 is perhaps the most famous road in Vermont. It stretches all the way from Lake ...
Smugglers’ Notch ski terrain covers not one but three mountains: Morse at 2,250 feet, ...
Mount Independence was once the site of an important Revolutionary War military compound. ...
Rutland, the second largest city in Vermont, was chartered in 1761 by Governor Benning ...
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