Posts Tagged ‘long trail’

Rising 4,083 feet above the Lake Champlain Valley floor, the Camel’s Hump juts up to the Vermont sky with its highly unique physique. Positioned along the Vermont Long Range’s northern half, Camel’s Hump claims the third highest mountain in the state, tied with Mt Ellen. A classic landmark today from many areas in the middle […]

Breadloaf Wilderness Loop Hike: Breadloaf Wilderness is the largest in the state containing around 25,000 acres and numerous mountains in the Presidential Range over 3,500 feet. Deep in the Vermont wilderness of the Breadloaf lays a trail that wanders through an ancient boulder strewn canyon left from the days of the glaciers. Rushing river, ancient […]

Scheduled: August, 2017 (exact dates to be announced) Cost – $75.00 Preregistration required – please email info@elementmountain.com to inquire Length – all night Where – Vermont – rain, snow or shine Deep in the Vermont wilderness of the Breadloaf lays a trail that wanders through an ancient boulder strewn canyon left from the days of the glaciers. Rushing […]

(Not Currently Scheduled) Mt Abe rises 4,600 feet (1222 meters)above the Champlain Valley Floor below and is considered one of the true Monarchs of the Vermont Long Range. Its peak contains true tundra habitat and offers incredible views on clear days across to the New York Adirondacks, south to Mt Killington and 80 miles east […]

Scheduled: August 2017 – exact dates to be announced Cost – $125.00 (food not included) Preregistration required – please email info@elementmountain.com to inquire Length – 2  days and 1 night Where – Vermont – rain, snow or shine At 3,835 feet (1,169 m) above sea level, Breadloaf Mountain sets upon the Long Trail of Vermont. Nestled deep […]