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Robert Frost Wayside Trail

off Route 125, Ripton, VT
+1 802-747-6700
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Good place to visit to see how the seasons change.

First time visitors and plant people. Will come back during the summer and fall to see how the... read more

Reviewed June 10, 2017
David B
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Lovely way to spend an hour

My 17-year-old daughter was reluctant to do this walk but quickly came around. Alively and easy... read more

Reviewed March 29, 2017
978cynthiag
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Lake Oswego, Oregon
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A nature trail, posted with Frost's poems, leading to beautiful views of the Green Mountains.
  • Excellent69%
  • Very good25%
  • Average6%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
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off Route 125, Ripton, VT
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Reviewed June 10, 2017 via mobile

First time visitors and plant people. Will come back during the summer and fall to see how the seasons change.

Thank David B
Reviewed March 29, 2017 via mobile

My 17-year-old daughter was reluctant to do this walk but quickly came around. Alively and easy trail with beautiful signs of some of Frost's poems to enhance the contemplative feel. We went after a big snow started to melt so our footwear could have been...More

Thank 978cynthiag
Reviewed January 18, 2017 via mobile

Beautiful, relaxing with a lot of wildlife. This trail is good for all skill levels. Very pretty river. Bring your camera!

1  Thank mishy68
Reviewed October 19, 2016

This is a perfect fall foliage hike that covers a variety of different terrain types. It's very serene and easy to complete. You feel relaxed and even a little pensive as you wander along through the Green Mountains and try to stay focused enough to...More

Thank Peter S
Reviewed October 17, 2016

We finally made our second trip to Ripton, VT to hike the Robert Frost Wayside Trail for the second time. This time, it was peak foliage and the vivid colors were amazing and added to the mystic of the trail. During our first visit it...More

1  Thank rlcnjc
Reviewed October 17, 2016

Stop and enjoy the Robert Frost Interpretive Trail and be inspired by his poetry. We visited when the fall foliage was at its peak. Beautiful

Thank Bonnie T
Reviewed September 23, 2016

Not very long but rich in serenity and touching poems. Nice nature hike in the beautiful Green Mountains.

Thank Jasper80CPA
Reviewed August 30, 2016 via mobile

My family (8 people in all, with ages ranging from 9 to 80) loved every minute of this beautiful hike. It is wonderfully kept and the poems along the way we're terrific. Some of Frost's most well-known poems, but also some others. It was not...More

Thank retiredcomposer
Reviewed August 14, 2016

Very interesting and well maintained. Trail contains Frost Poems at appropriate sites and the trail is not difficult.

Thank Judith S
Reviewed August 10, 2016

About 13 miles SE of Middlebury. About 1 mile of nature walk dedicated to the poetry of Robert Frost. There are trailside displays with poems that highlight the everyday wonders of New England fields and forests and are placed at scenic points on the trail....More

Thank 628dagmarj
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