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Vermont
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Vermont State Parks

USA Parks
Vermont
Central Region
Green Mountain National Forest
Green Mountain National Forest Little Rock Pond Trail © Michael C. Viray
View on top of Little rock in early fall.
Green Mountain National Forest Little Rock Pond Loop © Michael C. Viray
The view on top of Little Rock as the sun rises and the morning fog clears.
Green Mountain National Forest Little Rock Pond Loop © Michael C. Viray
This breathtaking view was taken during my early morning hike around the Little Rock Pond Loop. The Fall foliage is reflected in the water as the morning fog clears.
Green Mountain National Forest Little Rock Pond Loop © Michael C. Viray
The view on top of Little Rock as the sun rises and the morning fog clears.
Green Mountain National Forest Little Rock Pond Loop © Michael C. Viray
View of Little Rock Pond as the sun is just about to set. This is the best time too fish for trout.
Green Mountain National Forest Little Rock Pond Loop © Michael C. Viray
View of the Little Rock Pond as the sun is just about to set.
Green Mountain National Forest Little Rock Pond Loop © Michael C. Viray
An early morning hike around the Little Rock Pond Loop not only provides the hiker the opportunity to fish for trout but also the opportunity to see the beautiful Fall foliage reflected in the water as the morning fog clears.
GREEN MOUNTAIN NATIONAL FOREST
GREEN MOUNTAIN NATIONAL FOREST
Rutland, Vermont   05701-2412
(lat:43.0548 lon:-72.9996)

Phone: (802) 747-6700
Email:
The Green Mountain National Forest is a four season (some say six with mud and Black Fly season) recreation experience. The most popular season is autumn when the mountains are ablaze with color. Summer is popular for camping, hiking, backpacking, fishing, and canoeing. Winter brings out colorfully-clad skiers (both downhill and cross-country), snowboarders, snowmobilers, and snowshoe enthusiasts. In Spring, the Forest bursts forth from the grip of Winter with emerging leaves on the trees, migrating birds, and blooming wildflowers that are visible along many of the Forest trails. The first fishing days are enjoyed by a lot of people. Mud season is usually short but intense. Mountain biking and hiking on wet trails is not encouraged during this time.
FACILITIES AND ACTIVITIES OVERVIEW
Day-UseFishingyes
 Huntingyes
 Hiking Trailyes
 Picnickingyes


Location
Green Mountain National Forest is located near Bennington, Brattleboro and Troy


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Area Campgrounds
Greenwood Lodge & Campsites
Route 9
Woodford, VT
802-442-2547
Area Cabins and Lodges
Arlington Inn
3904 Vt Route 7A
Arlington, VT
(802) 375-6532
Snow Creek Inn
239 Route 100
West Dover, VT
(802) 464-9430
Nearby Hotels
Booking.com

Directions
From Rutland, US highway 7 leads you to the forest.

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