The Bread Loaf Section is the mid-Vermont section of the Green Mountain Club. Our section of the Long Trail is from Sucker Brook Shelter to Emily Proctor ShelterWe are an active group, hosting a variety of activities planned for weekends and some additional events planned for weekdays. Read more About the Section.

What's Happening?

For the latest outing information, go to our online Outings/Calendar pageNon-members are always welcome at outings and events.

Go to the Bread Loaf Section's Facebook page for announcements and photos (you do not need to be a Facebook member). 

The Fall-Winter 2015-16 Bread Loaf newsletter is available in our Newsletter section. It includes news articles & outings scheduled for November to February. Please note that latest outing information is always listed on our Calendar.

Thank to all our 2015 Trail workers!

(Above photo) Our final 2015 workday was held Saturday, October 31. Thanks, David & crew! 
For more about Trail Work, go to our Trails page.

Safety on the Trail

To help ensure a safe and fun outdoor experience, we strongly encourage you to read and learn from good online resources before heading outside:

Find Weather Forecast Websites on our "Safety Reminders" page.

Bread Loaf's Young Adventurer's Club: Continuing search for a new leader 

Bread Loaf Section's YAC ended its inaugural year in July 2013. The outings, led by Andrea Kane, were an outstanding success! Now that the Kanes have moved to Peacham, we are searching for a new person to come forward to lead a new season of outings for our area's young families. Read all about Bread Loaf's YAC.

Bread Loaf Section's Facebook pageIf you are a Facebook member, please consider "Liking" us! For additional postings, events and photos from the Green Mountain Club, also check the GMC's Facebook page.

New bridge spans the Ausable.

(Above) Ten hikers joined Bread Loaf Section's trek along the Ausable River on 11/14/15.

If you have never visited the LT bridge in Bolton or GMC Headquarters in Waterbury, we highly recommend both... walk the footbridge and visit the Center!

Looking upstream over the Winooski. Camel's Hump (out of view) beyond the upper right corner of photo.