Uncover the secrets hidden within Vermont’s lush forests, hidden lakes, and wooded streams. We’re hot on the trail to help you get to know Vermont from a different perspective with this diverse selection of the most stunning hikes in the Waterbury area. All hiking distances and times listed below are calculated based on a round trip.
This information is only intended to guide you in selecting a hike; be sure to consult maps and trailhead information prior, and take weather and other conditions into account before starting your trip. For more hiking advice, including best practices during COVID-19, packing lists, an extensive array of guidebooks, maps, and supplies, consult the Green Mountain Club either online or at their visitor center on Route 100 in Waterbury Center.
Need some gear for your trip? Waterbury Sports has hiking boots and shoes, backpacks, water bottles, maps, and more. For more information on hiking services and tours in the area, please consult the Vermont Outdoor Guide Association.
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Hike the best of Route 100 in Vermont with more trails in the Stowe and Mad River Valley regions.