Vermont offers hundreds of miles of hiking trails. Guide services are available for day hikes or over night trips. Hiking vacations are offered, both guided and self guided, over a variety of terrain. Hike the high peaks, enjoy a relaxing walk on any of our public trails or bushwack through the backcountry. Hundreds on miles of hiking trails are waiting for you. Inn to inn hiking vacation packages are also available.
Guides and Tour Operators
Appalachian Trail Adventures
Country Inns Along the Trail
|Recommended Lodging For Hiking Vacations|
|Northern Vermont||Southern Vermont|
Cozy Cottages, Brandon, VT
The Lilac Inn, Brandon, VT
Jackson's Lodge and Log Cabins, Canaan, VT
Mt Philo Inn, Charlotte, VT
Craftsbury Outdoor Center, Craftsbury, Vermont
Four Season Trailside Vacation Getaway and Cabin, East Burke, VT
Waybury Inn, East Middlebury, VT
Waybury Inn, East Middlebury, VT
Eden Mountain Lodge, Eden Mills, VT
Lake Morey Resort, Fairlee, VT
Seyon Ranch, Groton, VT
Windekind Farm Cottages, Huntington, VT
Jay Peak Ski Resort, Jay, VT
Brewster River Campground, Jeffersonville, VT
Smugglers Notch Resort, Jeffersonville, VT
Sterling Ridge Log Cabin Resort, Jeffersonville, VT
Middlebury Inn, Middlebury, VT
The Parent Farmhouse B & B, Milton, VT
Little Gnesta Bed & Breakfast, Newport, VT
The Woods Lodge, Northfield VT
Robert Frost Mountain Cabins, Ripton. VT.
Porch Light Property Management, South Hero, VT
Comfort Inn & Suites, St. Johnsbury VT
Golden Eagle Resort, Stowe, VT
Green Mountain Inn, Stowe, VT
Trapp Family Lodge, Stowe, VT
Hyde Away Inn, Waitsfield, VT
White Horse Inn, Waitsfield, VT
The Bunkhouse, Washington, VT
Grunberg Haus, Waterbury, VT
Moose Meadow Lodge, Waterbury, VT
Old Stagecoach Inn, Waterbury, VT
Harvey's Lake Cabins & Campground, West Barnet, VT
Couture's Maple Shop & Bed & Breakfast, Westfield, VT
The Willough Vale Inn, Westmore, VT
Family Center, Williston, VT
Catamount Outdoor Family Center, Williston, VT
Roaring Branch Cabins, Arlington, VT.
Arlington's West Mountain Inn, Arlington, VT
Ascutney Mountain Resort, Brownsville, VT
The Mountain Top Inn and Resort, Chittenden, VT
Stone Boat Farm Bed & Breakfast, Jamaica, VT
Amee Farm, Pittsfield, VT
Liberty Hill Farm, Rochester VT
Best Western Inn & Suites, Rutland VT
Holiday Inn, Rutland, VT
Vermont Twin Cabins and Lodge, South Royalton, VT
Stratton Mountain Resort, Stratton, VT.
Sugarbush Ski Resort, Warren, VT
Mount Snow Resort, West Dover, VT
Appalachian Trail From Katahdin in Maine to Springer Mountain in Georgia, the Appalachian National Scenic Trail wanders the ridges and valleys of the Appalachian mountain ranges for more than 2,172 miles.
Ascutney Trails is a network of about 30 miles of trails for non-motorized recreational use, located at the base and western flank of Mt. Ascutney, mostly on the land of the Ascutney Mountain Resort and the town forest of West Windsor Vermont.
Green Mountain Club Established in1910 to build the Long Trail, GMC is a private, nonprofit organization with more than 8,000 members. The Long Trail is a 270 mile footpath with 175 miles of side trails with shelters and tent sites.
Green Mountain Trails Fun, flowy, varied, beautiful and sustainable singletrack trail network. Over 25 miles of hiking and biking trails and growing. Gravity assisted riding possible. Pittsfield, VT, Open Daily 7 am to Sunset.
Kingdom Trails Formed in 1994, the Kingdom Trails Association was created to protect, develop, and promote this incredible trail network. To date, Kingdom Trails has mapped and signed over 75 miles of multi-use trails, allowing for many self-guided hiking, mountain biking, and riding opportunities, with many more to come.
Millstone Trails Association is a non-profit organization that maintains the Millstone Trails, a network of non-motorized recreational trails in Central Vermont. Our trails traverse 1,500 acres of diverse and dramatic terrain, among historic quarries, New England villages, and regenerating forests.
Moosalamoo Association Over 20,000 acres of forest, cliffs, vistas, lakes and streams, stretching from the western ridge of the Green Mountains to Lake Dunmore, and from Middlebury Gap to Brandon Gap.
Robert Frost Interpretive Trail - This trail is a National Recreation Trail that commemorates Robert Frost’s poetry; several of his poems are mounted along the trail in the woods and fields. The trail is an easy walk, and the first 0.3 miles across a beaver pond boardwalk out to the South Branch of the Middlebury River is accessible and suitable for wheelchairs.
Trail Around Middlebury is an 16-mile footpath, encircles the village of Middlebury and links several hundred acres of town land, conserved properties, schools, and other local landmarks.
Trapp Family Lodge There are over 60 kilometers of wooded hiking trails for all levels of ability. Guided nature walks are available to guests and teach them about native plants, wildlife and the evolving landscape.
Upper Valley Trails Alliance Information on hundreds of trails in the Upper Connecticut Valley.
Vermont Institute of Natural Science-Nature Trails - VINS’ nature trail system has been upgraded to make a section accessible to people of all mobility levels, including those using strollers and wheelchairs. VINS currently has three-quarters of a mile of trails that wind through the rich floodplain forest along the Ottauquechee River, with views of Dewey’s Pond.
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