This is a 2.3 mile hike that leads to an astounding view of Vermont, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and New York. The hike itself is moderately difficult--and proper hydration is no joke. The 2 and a half hour forest walk is beautiful, but after awhile it gets a little repetitive. And, the trip down requires your tired body and wondering mind to maintain focus. But, whatever the beatific and strenuous hike itself lacks in pizazz, is overcome by the jaw dropping panoramic mountain-top vistas. If you go, you will be glad you did, but bring water and sunscreen, and have your favorite masseuse on call.
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