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Moose, bear and sweat

We have hiked several sections of the trail, some very remote and lightly traveled and others... read more

Reviewed August 24, 2017
Elizabeth N
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North Stonington, Connecticut
The long trail is a great place to clear your mind and soul.

The long trail from the Stratton Arlington road to the US Forest rd on the other side of Bromley Mt... read more

Reviewed December 18, 2015
Richard H
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Wells, Maine
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Aug 24, 2017
“Moose, bear and sweat”
Dec 18, 2015
“The long trail is a great place to clear your mind and soul.”
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Reviewed August 24, 2017

We have hiked several sections of the trail, some very remote and lightly traveled and others fairly busy, but the unspoiled woods and mountain views never disappoint. Be sure to review section details before hiking to avoid trails beyond your hiking skill. We encountered a...More

Thank Elizabeth N
Reviewed December 18, 2015

The long trail from the Stratton Arlington road to the US Forest rd on the other side of Bromley Mt is one of the best hikes. The Stratton pond shelter gets pretty crowded as it intersects with local trails from Manchester/Bennington but the tenting area...More

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Reviewed October 17, 2015

Great trail. Not great for very cold weather, which unfortunately was the case for me. Nonetheless, loved the trail. , Great fall colors :)

Thank va2260
Reviewed October 13, 2015

Everybody has to do a part of this iconic trail don't they? A ranger put us on to this part which starts right by the main road. We did a 5 mile round trip to Spruce Peak and back to follow up our earlier saunter...More

1  Thank Stephen W
Reviewed June 25, 2015

We went onto the Long Trail near Rutland, VT. It was a great hike, as we made it to an Appalaichan Trail shelter before turning around to complete the hike. Great climb.

Thank James C
Reviewed April 1, 2015

The long trail is a beautiful Vermont hiking trail and all of us can access it as a day hike, over night, or by walking long sections- or the entire length.

1  Thank Vermonters4
Reviewed February 21, 2015

We stayed at the Green Mountain Inn, found a drive south and connected with the Long Trail and hiked north for 3 days, finishing with Mt Mansfield, hiking down to the road into Stowe. Hitchhiked, easily, back to Stowe. The Long Trail was fantastic, well...More

Thank Tom H
Reviewed November 10, 2014

What a fabulous way to spend three weeks. Far from the bustling crowds, arising at dawn in the hopes of seeing moose, you'll endure challenging hardships in order to traverse this rugged pathway. You'll need to bring your own breakfast. The swimming pools are not...More

Thank msokolov
Reviewed September 30, 2014

I love the Long Trail, this trail is professionally taken care of with volunteers that really care about the trail. I plan another hike the last week of October. If you love to hike plan an over nighter on the Long Trail!!

Thank Richard H
Reviewed May 23, 2014

We only did a small section of Long Trail doing the stretch up to the summit of Jay Peak from 242. This is an excellent small hike that you can complete in around 3 hours depending on how much time you want to leave to...More

2  Thank Dan M
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