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I would say that it took us about 1 hour and 30 minutes roundtrip. It's gradually builds and the end is a little tough with some steep climbs, but it was absolutely worth it. If you have bad knees, take a walking stick or something...More
Owls head is a must stop if you find yourself in the Groton State Forest area. With a manageable, beginners level hike or an easy to climb back way to the top, you won't be disappointed by the view that awaits you at the top....More
There is no better way to appreciate the beauties of Fall in Vermont than to take the short, steeply ascending hike to the Owls Head lookout in Groton State Forest. For a short person like yours truly, I found it energizing to have to step...More
Owl's Head is a must-do if visiting Groton State Forest. The hike is about 10-15 minutes to the top, and worth every step! The view overlooking the mountains and ponds is spectacular. Though short, the trail is a bit steep, but easy to stop if...More
Easy drive up to parking area and then short hike to the top. Stone shelter is interesting, though serves no real purpose anymore. Nice views for certain, and a solid quick hike option. You need a visitors pass or to be staying in one of...More