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Hiking Vermont’s Long Trail Slideshow

Camel's Hump, Vermont

Vermont’s Long Trail is 270 miles long and runs from the Vermont/Massachusetts border north to the border of the United States and Canada. Completed in 1931, it is the oldest long distance hiking trail in the United States and served as the model for the development of the Appalachian Trail. …

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Long Trail Trip Report: Jonesville to Johnston

I just got back from what many say is the hardest section of the Long Trail: up and over Bolton Mountain (3,690 ft.), Mount Mansfield (4,393 ft.), Spruce Peak (3,320 ft.), Madonna Peak (3,668 ft.), and Whiteface Mountain (3,714 ft.) My hike this weekend was epic, but I have mixed …

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