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Appalachian Trail

Stowe, VT
+1 304-535-6331
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You would have to walk more than 100 miles to get to the Appalachian Trail from Stowe.

Near Killington Vermont, the Appalachian Trail separates from the Long Trail and moves Northeast... read more

Reviewed 21 July 2017
David V
,
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Another fun spot to experience the A.T.

Love coming across parts of this trail. When I stop to think about it, I have traversed many miles... read more

Reviewed 6 February 2017
TiffMateas
,
Orange County, California
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Hiking trail that passes through Vermont.
  • Excellent75%
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  • Average25%
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6 Feb 2017
“Another fun spot to experience the A.T.”
20 Jul 2017
“You would have to walk more than 100 miles to get to the Appalachian Trail from Stowe.”
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Stowe, VT
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+1 304-535-6331
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Reviewed 21 July 2017

Near Killington Vermont, the Appalachian Trail separates from the Long Trail and moves Northeast heading to Hanover New Hampshire. The point of separation is called the Maine Junction. If you hike the Long Trail north from that junction it will take you just over 100...More

Thank David V
Reviewed 6 February 2017

Love coming across parts of this trail. When I stop to think about it, I have traversed many miles of the trail during normal vacations. One day it would be fun to walk a more substantial stretch of the trail, sending supplies up ahead of...More

1  Thank TiffMateas
Reviewed 20 June 2016

Unfortunately, we went after a rainy day (bad planning on my part), so the trail was steep, narrow and muddy, but all the same very fun to hike. Not many people go on the trail so it was quite quiet. We didn't go all the...More

1  Thank GodlikeRed
Reviewed 29 October 2015

What an amazing trail, if only I had the time to do the full length. !! The parts I hiked were very well managed with good signage. Amazing scenery In the White and Green Mountains. Great to be here in the fall.

1  Thank Phil W
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