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Not a serious or seasoned hiker but we were able to do this hike in a total of about 4 and 1/2 hours. The first two miles were pretty flat and gentle. Then there were periods of pretty steep terrain then flat all the way...More
This trail is definitely not easy, but its really not that bad. It does feel a little longer than 3.4 miles to the junction with the AT, but it might just be because its uphill for what feels like forever.
Saw some people coming down...More
We came from NH to hike our 51st four thousand foot mountain, even though it was raining we still decided to do it for our wedding anniversary. It was a great hike even though we had no view at the summit thanks to the rain....More
The above the tree line that allows you to see into New Hampshire, New York, and even beyond. The long, strenuous hike is definitely worth the effort to see the breathtaking view of the lakes, valleys, little towns and villages, and summertime view of Killington...More
Do not go on this hike if you have a problem hiking steep trails! The last 3/10ths is really rock climbing. That being said I am an over 55 year old woman with an 18 and 20 year old who did make it to the...More
In my opinion, I find this is the best, most scenic way to go to the top of Killington although it is a longer drive and harder to find off the Wheelerville road rather than at the parking area on US Route 4. The Bucklin...More
My husband and I hiked the Bucklin Trail on an early Sunday morning in September. The weather was around 55 degrees when we started, which was perfect for the 7.8 mile (roundtrip) trail. It took us about 2.5 hours to hike up and 1 hour...More