We go to Woodstock at least once a year and these days usually stay at the Woodstock Inn. Standing in front of the Inn you see Mt. Tom directly in front. We climb Mt. Tom almost every year through old trees, snowshoeing in the years when that's required. It's about a 500 foot ascent, a pretty nice walk. We were especially interested in going up this year as it was my wife's first uphill hike since having her knee replaced in the fall. She did great. We even chose to come back in the roundabout hike by the lake a the top...the Pogue...and down the back way emerging on route 12 at the Billings Farm, another highlight of Woodstock. The whole hike was about four miles.
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