Averill

Little Averill Lake Natural Area - The Nature Conservancy

Averill, VT

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Managed by the Vermont Nature Conservancy, the lake is a perfect place for a paddling trip.

Barton

Moose Mountain Trail

Barton, VT


From the overlooks of this trail there are partial views of the northern range of the Green Mountains and Lake Willoughby.

Barton

Wheeler Mountain Trail

Barton, VT


The main trail offers several scenic opportunities from open rock areas and an especially grand view of Lake Willoughby.







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Barton

Wheeler Pond Trail

Barton, VT


A walk in the woods, half mile trail that goes around the south end of the pond.

Brunswick

Silvio O. Conte National Fish & Wildlife Refuge
5360 Rte. 105
Brunswick, VT 05905

802-962-5240
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The Nulhegan Basin Division, part of the Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge, was established to protect the diversity and abundance of native species within the 7.2 million-acre Connecticut River watershed.

Craftsbury Common

Craftsbury Outdoor Center
535 Lost Nation Rd
Craftsbury Common, VT 05827

802-586-7767
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A non-profit focusing on lifelong sport, sustainability and conservation, with accommodations for up to 90 guests at our lakeside campus.







East Charleston

Northwoods Stewardship Center
154 Leadership Drive
East Charleston, VT 05833

802-723-6551
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The Northwoods Stewardship Center offers a wide variety of general interest community programs.

Greensboro

Barr Hill - The Nature Conservancy

Greensboro, VT

802-229-4425
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Their mission is to preserve & protect the plants, animals, & natural communities that represent the diversity of life on earth.

Greensboro

Long Pond Natural Area - The Nature Conservancy

Greensboro, VT

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The Nature Conservancy manages 1,500 feet of shoreline around this remote pond surrounded by a softwood and hardwood forest.

Groton

Hosmer Brook Trail - Groton State Forest

Groton, VT


This moderate 1.3 mile trail winds through woods and along a quiet stream and features some rocky sections.

Groton

Little Deer Trail - Groton State Forest

Groton, VT


This .5 mile trail offers good views of Lake Groton and the surrounding mountains.

Groton

Montpelier Wells River Rail Trail - Groton State Forest

Groton, VT


The Montpelier Wells River Rail Trail is an excellent place for walking, bicycling or horseback riding.

Groton

Ricker Pond State Park
18 Ricker Pond Camp Ground Road
Groton, VT 05046


Nestled in Groton State Forest, Ricker Pond State Park sits below the hustle and bustle of Lake Groton.

Groton

Silver Ledge Trail - Groton State Forest

Groton, VT


The 0.6 mile Silver Ledge Trail rewards you with views of Lake Groton and Beaver Meadows.

Guildhall

Maidstone State Park/Maidstone Lake
R1, Box 388
Guildhall, VT 05905

802-676-3930

Maidstone is the most remote of Vermont's state parks and still retains much of the wilderness character of the NEK.

Hardwick

Hardwick Trails

Hardwick, VT 05843


Hardwick Trails winds 10 K (6.4 miles) through mixed northern forest as a 4-season, non-motorized trail.

Island Pond

Brighton State Park
102 State Park Road
Island Pond, VT 05846

802-723-4360

The primary attraction of this general area is its remoteness: mountains with tree-covered slopes, rivers and streams.

Jay

Jay Peak - The Long Trail

Jay, VT


Part of the 270 mile Long Trail is America's oldest long-distance hiking path, stretching along the spine of the Green Mountains

Lemington

Monadnock Mountain

Lemington, VT


Monadnock Mountain rises steeply above the Connecticut River and provides a unique view of the North Country.

Maidstone

Loon Trail - Maidstone State Forest

Maidstone, VT


The Loon Trail is about 1/2 mile long and goes through lush, mossy woods along the shoreline to the south end of the lake.

Marshfield

Kettle Pond State Park
4239 VT Rte 232
Marshfield, VT 05658


The campground has 47 tent/trailer sites and 14 lean-tos. There is a play area and access to miles of hiking trails.

Montgomery

Hazen's Notch Association
1423 Hazen's Notch Road
Montgomery, VT 05471

802-326-4799

HNA maintains miles of trails for hiking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. They are also the Welcome Center for the area.

Norton

Brousseau Mountain

Norton, VT


Brousseau Mountain is one of the few nesting sites for Peregrine Falcons.

Norton

Gore Mountain Trail

Norton, VT


This trail offers an exciting backcountry experience through beaver ponds, meadows, logging roads and steep granite bedrock.

St. Johnsbury

Northeast Kingdom Audubon Society
1302 Main Street
St. Johnsbury, VT 05819

802-626-9071
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NEK Audubon is a Vermont chapter of the National Audubon Society.

Victory

Victory Basin Wildlife Management Area

Victory, VT

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Here you can spot bear, moose, beavers, birds and more. Hunting and fishing are also allowed.

Westmore

Haystack Mountain

Westmore, VT


Haystack Mountain is appropriately named for its abrupt sides that climb steeply from all directions.

Westmore

Long Pond Trail/Bald Mountain

Westmore, VT


One of the best views of the region is to be found at the summit of Bald Mountain.

Westmore

Mad Brook Trail/Bald Mountain

Westmore, VT


The summit of Bald Mountain offers some of the best views of the region.

Westmore

Mount Pisgah East Trail

Westmore, VT


Elevation is 900 feet for this trail which connects to the Mount Pisgah trail.

Westmore

Mount Pisgah North Trail

Westmore, VT


Breathtaking views await you at the Summit of Mount Pisgah. Elevation 2751 feet.

Westmore

Mount Pisgah South Trail

Westmore, VT


Breathtaking views of Willoughby Lake and surrounding mountains await you at the summit of Mount Pisgah. Elevation 2751 Feet.

Westmore

Westmore Town Forest

Westmore, VT


This area contains a spectacular bog with many unique plants and a beaver pond.

Westmore

Willoughby Lake

Westmore, VT 05860


Public beaches at the north and south ends with restrooms, excellent boating, fishing, kayaking and canoeing.