This past weekend we had a getaway to Vermont, which involved many Adventures, most of which I will blog about. We stayed in a cabin in the woods, and due to no wifi I am far behind on my blog, therefore posting much later then preferred. However, definitely some amazing locations that I am excited to share. I now will continue our Vermont Adventures from the weekend…in no particular order.
This weekend Shadow, Wilma, and I Adventured to Moss Glen Falls in Stowe, Vermont. Moss Glenn Falls is approximately 125 feet in height, making it one of the tallest waterfalls in Vermont. The Falls is sourced from Moss Glen Brook. It is located next to the Putnam State Forest.
We had a breathtaking Adventure to Moss Glen Falls. I was beyond thrilled to visit the Moss Glen Falls, a Falls I had read about for some time. We started out on an early foggy morning, locating the Falls on Moss Glen Falls Road. The walk started on a narrow trail, which soon had some pieces of uneven boards, crossing through the mud. Immediately the sound of the Brook was upon us, babbling in song, and increasing our anticipation of this waterfall. The trail was short, and we soon arrived at the Brook. We sauntered alongside the water taking in the smells of fall, and the harmony of nature. We soon arrived at a more open area where there were some small cascades, and the entrance to the gorge. There were colorful leaves floating in the water, and large boulders. So serene and, simple, yet quite beautiful.
We began our ascent up the gorge, following the sounds of the Falls. The hike was steep, and footing often uneven from numerous roots, and rocks. We took our time, and attempted to peak over the edge, whenever possible, before locating the one spot with the glorious view of Moss Glenn Falls. The Falls was absolutely stunning, more spectacular then I could have ever imagined. The water was rushing, crashing through the gorge. We stayed at this spot for some time, taking photographs, and just staring in awe at this find. From there we hiked up further being very careful at the dangerous, and abrupt cliffside. The Falls overall was hard to view as there were many rocks, and hazardous spots. We hiked as far as we felt we could go, hoping to see additional views of the Falls, but soon realized we had already found the best view. Both Shadow and Wilma appeared overly attentive, likely sensing my cautiousness of this cliffside trail.
From there we headed back slowly down the mountainous trail. As per our usual Adventure we took or time at this location. Moss Glen Falls is definitely one of the most amazing Falls I have ever seen, unquestionably in the top five. Besides being a dark day, I can promise you that my photographs of this Falls do not give it the justice it deserves. I therefore hope you too can Adventure to the Falls (Rating: 5)