25 Short Hikes and Interesting Walks in the Mount Snow & Brattleboro Region
By Joan Rech & Michael Carpenter
Vermont has long been known as a destination for people who enjoy history, antiquing, exploring back-country roads, tasting the latest batch of maple syrup or cheese or just relaxing in the Green Mountains. Well, here is an opportunity for you to maybe do all of these things - and get a little exercise too. In this book, you'll get a chance to explore some of the history, interesting sites and scenic views in the southern part of the State in the Mount Snow-Brattleboro area. We tell you where to go, how to get there, how long each outing should take, what you'll find when you get there and more. 25 different outings and more than 60 color photos enhance the interactive nature of this book. It's a handy size and top spiral binding allow you to carry it in your back pocket or in your pack to accompany you on your trips. More than 100 pages of photos, directions, special attractions and cautions are contained in this trail guide. As always we give you explicit directions from a main road to the trails and tell you what to expect when you get there. Our books are always, "Outdoor books for ordinary people," so you and your family can feel at ease doing these interesting trails. Some are a little more adventurous than others, but all are fun. We enjoyed hiking each and every one of these trails. Now you can, too. If you are looking for a reason to explore southern Vermont, then this book is for you! 2015, 120 pages, full color photos, water resistant paper, spiral bound, 4 x 8 format.