Hiking Vermontby Larry B. Pletcher
Vermont is a land of lush farmlands and green mountains, waterfalls and marshlands, a national forest, and the fourth-largest freshwater lake in the country. This newly revised edition of Hiking Vermont covers that ground and more in sixty of the finest hikes in Vermont. Enjoy views and rambles along the Taconic Range, poetic stops along the partially barrier-free Robert Frost Interpretive Trail, wilderness wanderings, and visits to a farmstead and a sugar bush with a nearby swimming hole. Several hikes follow sections of the Long Trail that offer rugged wilderness opportunities in manageable portions. This guide will introduce you to these natural wonders and other splendors of the Green Mountain State.
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• Hikes suited to every ability
• Accurate directions to popular as well as less-traveled trails
• Detailed trail descriptions and easy-to-follow trail maps
• Difficulty ratings, elevation gains, and special attractions for every featured hike
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