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A Spring Adventure Awaits: Hiking in Stowe

The mountains and hills surrounding Stowe are the perfect place to head out and do some hiking. If the beautiful landscape doesn’t beckon you into the wild, then the area’s first-class trail system, which appeals to both novices and experts, surely will.

Spring Hiking in Stowe: Top Trails

Couple-hiking-in-forestThe area around Stowe is fantastic for hikers. Not only is it beautiful, but there are plenty of paths and hiking trails in Vermont to tread. Along the way, you’ll cross rugged terrain, ponds, forests, streams, and pines. Watch for wild animals coming out of hibernation, and see if you can spot the first blooming wildflowers.

Long Trail in Stowe

As its name suggests, Long Trail is a lengthy trek. This means you’ll have endless opportunities to explore the Vermont wilderness, as the trail crisscrosses the state with footpaths, side trails, and campsites. Whether you plan to hit this trail on an extended hike, a day trip, or just want to take a few hours to explore the backcountry, this is the path to follow for breathtaking nature views.

Pinnacle Trail

For a fairly short hike, head to this trail, which is 1.4 miles long and will take you on a gradual incline up to the Pinnacle, one of the peaks in the Worcester Range. From here you’ll get inspiring views of Stowe spread out beneath you and distant Mt. Mansfield. This is the perfect hike for any skill level, from beginner to seasoned pro!

For spring hiking in Stowe, it’s recommended that you dress in warm layers, bring along food and water, and soak in the views. After your hiking adventure, get some rest and relaxation when you book your spring getaway with us at Green Mountain Inn.

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