Maps & Resources

Feb 2018 - Under development as we add more info and links

Green Mountain Club

Long Trail trip planning (
Books and Maps in the GMC Store
  • 50 Hikes in Vermont
  • Day Hiker's Guide to Vermont
  • Walker’s Guide to Vermont

Middlebury Area Land Trust TAM Trail  - for Wright Park, Means Woods, Chipman Hill, etc.

Trail Around Middlebury (TAM) trail maps (

Bristol trails including Bristol Ledges
Hiking in and near Bristol VT (

The Watershed Center (Bristol) - 2015 brochure with map  (

Spirit in Nature (Ripton) - location & trail map (

Vermont Fish and Wildlife Management Areas ( - 
including Snake Mountain (Addison) - map (PDF) and Dead Creek 

Raven Ridge (Monkton) – Nature Conservancy property (

Green Mountain National Forest (

  • Day Hiking Trails - links to all maps! including Abbey Pond Trail, Moosalamoo area trails, side trails to LT

Maps & Pubs (

Vermont Forest & Parks - State Parks (

Vermont State Parks - Hiking (

Vermont Forest & Parks: Maps & Guides: for Button Bay, Kingsland Bay, Mt Philo etc

Taconic Mountains Ramble

Moosalamoo National Recreation Area ( for Falls of Lana, Silver Lake, Rattlesnake Point, Mt. Moosalamoo

Moosalamoo Area MAP page (

CatamountTrail (

Ski the Catamount trail sections maps (

Rikert Nordic Center, Ripton (

Mt. Independence State Historic Site (

Brochure (with map)

Champlain Area Trails (Maps & descriptions) - Champlain Area Trails (CATS) creates and maintains hiking and cross-country ski trails in New York’s Champlain Valley that link communities, connect people with nature, and promote economic vitality. (

Shelburne Farms - walking trails map (

Crown Point State Historic Site - info and link to map

Adirondack Hikes

ADKTrail Map website (

ADKInteractive Trail Map (

Trail Finder - search for hikes  (  examples Mt Abraham, Camel’s Hump, Jerusalem Trail, Mt Horrid, Skylight Pond Trail, Chittenden Brook Trail
The “Trail Finder” is a resource for finding places to walk, bike, and ski with over 80 trails in Chittenden County and adjoining counties. With the help of many volunteers and in collaboration with local trail stewards, the Trail Finder offers free maps, photos, and comments.