Vermont's Green Mountains
"Make the Vermont mountains play a larger part in the life of the people by protecting and maintaining the Long Trail system and fostering, through education, the stewardship of Vermont's hiking trails and mountains"
—James P. Taylor, Vermont Academy, 1909
The Long Trail runs 273 miles (439 km) through the state of Vermont. It starts at the Massachusetts state line and runs north to the Canada–US border. It runs along the spine of the Green Mountains traversing almost all of the range's major summits, including (from south to north) Glastenbury Mountain, Stratton Mountain, Killington Peak, Mount Abraham, Mount Ellen, Camel's Hump, Mount Mansfield, and Jay Peak., coinciding with the Appalachian Trail (for which it served as the inspiration) for roughly 100 miles (160 km) in the southern third of the state. Additionally, over 175 miles (282 km) of side trails complete the Long Trail System.
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