Welcome to Vermont’s iconic hiking trails! Find everything you need to know the trail systems managed by GMC, including the Long Trail, its side trails, the Appalachian Trail in Vermont, and the Northeast Kingdom Trails. Email us at [email protected] for more information.
|The Long Trail
The 272-mile Long Trail follows the main ridge of the Green Mountains from the Massachusetts-Vermont line to the Canadian border, and inspired its larger cousin, the Appalachian Trail.
|The Appalachian Trail
The 2,2200-mile Appalachian Trail coincides with the Long Trail for about 100 miles as it enters Vermont. The shared trail traverses southern Vermont, across notable peaks such as Stratton and Bromley.
|The Northeast Kingdom Trails
The Northeast Kingdom trail system connects footrails on Bluff Mountain in Island Pond, Gore Mountain in Avery’s Gore, and the Silvio O. Conte National Fish & Wildlife Refuge in Brunswick. It includes the Bluff Ridge trails and hiking trails through Mt. Pisgah, Mt. Hor, Haystack Mountain, Bluff Mountain, Bald Mountain, and Moose Mountain.
|LT Side Trails
The Long Trail system includes 88 side trails — marked by blue blazes. The side trails total 166.1 miles.