This article about GMC’s Killington Section was written by Gareth Henderson at the Rutland Herald and was posted on the Rutland Herald Online on March 28, 2016. KILLINGTON — Anyone who hikes the Long Trail in Killington has benefitted from the work of a dedicated local group of Green Mountain Club volunteers who keep the […]
The Cabins of Bolton Valley
There has been a lot of excitement surrounding the renovation of Bolton Lodge and Bryant Cabin, both located in Bolton Valley. We are working with several partners including Vermont Land Trust, Friends of Bolton Valley Nordic & Backcountry, the Catamount Trail Association, and Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation to restore these historic structures. […]
It’s Mud Season in the Mountains!
Press Release Media Contact: Dave Hardy, GMC Director of Trail Programs, (802) 343-9017 GMC Asks Hikers to Avoid Muddy Hiking Trails The Green Mountain Club (GMC), maintainer of Vermont’s Long Trail and Vermont’s hiking trail advocate, and the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation (FPR), manager of State Forests and Parks, announce that Mud Season has […]
A Day on the Ridge with GMC’s O-Section
“A good boulder…not exquisite, but good” remarked Annie Janeway, one of the members of the GMC’s Ottauquechee section as we headed back towards the Hemlock Trail after taking a short detour to view a glacial erratic. Another staff member and I recently had the opportunity to join Ottauquechee section members on a trek through the Windmill […]
New 5th edition Long Trail Map available!
Fall hiking season is just beginning–get your new map today! Available online, at many Vermont retail stores, and at the GMC Visitor Center store in Waterbury Center. The redesigned 5th edition of Vermont’s Long Trail Waterproof Hiking Map is now larger and more detailed. This map combined with the Long Trail Guide and End-to-Ender’s Guide provide the […]