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. This will be my last post from our fabulous weekend away…(blogs from the weekend were posted in no particular order).
This weekend Shadow, Wilma, My Parents, and I Adventured to the Long Trail in Stowe, Vermont. The Long Trail runs the entire state of Vermont, crossing many peaks. It is the oldest long-distant trail in the Country. The Trail consists of a 272 footpath, and many additional miles of side trails. The Trail has remote camping site and is good for all skills levels, as it provides a variety of terrain locations. The Long Trail was created by the Green Mountain Club who currently maintain and preserve the Trail.
We had an awe-inspiring Adventure to the Long Trail in Stowe, Vermont. The Long Trail was not a planned stop on our weekend Adventures, but instead an accidental find. I was quite excited to discover the picturesque boardwalk as we drove toward Mount Mansfield. We began on this path, excited to explore. The Mountain views were absolutely spectacular, highlighted by the fall foliage. We trotted along the boardwalk and snapped away. The boardwalk hung high above what appeared to be above a wetlands. There were few visitors, bringing us into the peace, and tranquility of nature. Along the boardwalk we found several information kiosks.
After completing the boardwalk trail we ended up at a path that would weave through the orange foliage, highlighted by white birch trees. Shadow, Wilma, and I walked down the trail, soon becoming a walk of “normal” scenery. I was disappointed to hear sounds of cars in the distance, but yet still pleased to entail on an energetic walk on yet another perfect Fall day. We are not sure where this trail might have lead but sauntered through the woods for some time, before turning back to join My Parents.
Upon completing our Adventure we began reading more about the Long Trail, and My Dad located an amazing map. I could not believe the immense size of this trail, and have been even more curious since we returned home. I definitely will be reading further, viewing some videos and will surely visit the Long Trail again in the future. Quite an amazing trail system in the beautiful state of Vermont. So glad My Parents could join us on the gorgeous Long Trail (Rating: 4.5).