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Green Mountain National Forest

VT
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Beautiful year round!

Followed Rte 100 north. Roads are in good repair for the most part. Easy to follow. Stopped at a... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2016
Cathy H
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Columbia, South Carolina
great area to drive

love the scenery and well kept roads. Follow RTE 100, Nothing too high or road too steep so its... read more

Reviewed 30 October 2015
RayCFla
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The Green Mountains offer among the best fall foliage viewing, pleasing both hikers and those on the many scenic drives.
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10 Jul 2016
“Beautiful year round!”
29 Oct 2015
“great area to drive”
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Reviewed 10 July 2016

Followed Rte 100 north. Roads are in good repair for the most part. Easy to follow. Stopped at a couple of nice waterfalls along the way & the Café in Rochester for lunch was wonderful.

1  Thank Cathy H
Reviewed 30 October 2015

love the scenery and well kept roads. Follow RTE 100, Nothing too high or road too steep so its easy to navigate. Don't miss Hogback Mountain or their giftshop(and I don't normally endorse Gift Shops)

2  Thank RayCFla
Reviewed 30 October 2015

What to say about nature's beauty here.We visited here in October. Its not peak fall, still it was so beautiful. Lake view and rapids really make that place very serene.

Thank Malini N
Reviewed 22 October 2015

We drove through the Green Mountain National Forest during the 2nd week of October. We got to see some really beautiful fall colors. We were very short on time so we just drove through We drove down State Rd 7 all through the park up...More

3  Thank Ali Z
Reviewed 14 July 2015

Great hike if you enjoy waterfalls. Was a bit disappointed that we couldn't go to the cliffs which are closed closed during peregrine falcon nesting season from March 15 through August 1. If I had $15K, I would have risked it...

7  Thank MickieBun
Reviewed 9 July 2015 via mobile

With AT / LT running through, lots of fun for hikers. Being a long weekend the campgrounds were busy but we were just sight seeing anyways. Grout pond is big enough for swimming / paddling. Fun!

4  Thank Mydeen Y
Reviewed 26 June 2015

If you find that you have a beautiful summer day but a bit windy for kayaking, try Grout Pond. Grout Pond is small but not too small. It appears to be protected from the winds where the bigger lakes would not be safe for small...More

4  Thank yellowbirdVermont
Reviewed 14 October 2014

loved the scenery. the leave colors were wonderful. The sights were great. Of course it was really busy.

2  Thank L A
Reviewed 24 October 2013

If you were here, you will see all the green over the mountain, it is fantastic. Beautiful place is worth to visit there with your family or your friends.

3  Thank BillZhang
Reviewed 10 August 2013

This was our first visit to the Green Mountains with my family. We camped at the Emerald Lake State Park and had a wonderful time. The campground is clean, well organized, quiet and family friendly. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Around the area,...More

10  Thank MecaLuna
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