Green Mountain Club
Visit Vermont's high peaks, lakes and ponds, natural historical areas, and state forests. The Day Hiker's Guide includes hikes in every region of the state, and for the first time, an extensive selection of day hikes on the Long Trail system including Mt. Mansfield, Camel's Hump, Killington, Stratton Pond and more. The 6th edition of the Day Hiker's Guide presents more than 200 day hikes in Vermont, detailed directions to the trails, summaries of distance, time, and elevation gains, and more helpful tips.
The Green Mountain Club (GMC) founded, built, and maintains Vermont's Long Trail. The first long-distance hiking trail in the United States, the Long Trail spans the high peaks through Vermont from the Massachusetts state line 270+ miles to the Canadian border. In addition to maintaining and protecting this "footpath through the wilderness," membershipand volunteer contributions support land conservation, education programs, and stewardship of Vermont's mountain lands just as we have since 1910.
Hiking & Camping
Travel East from the beautiful Berkshire Mountains through the river valleys of Central Massachusetts to the historic coastal areas. Mountains, Valleys, Rivers and Lakes abound in our Camping Adventure land. Experience the rural splendor of our back roads, or the history of our cities
Go Hiking & Camping in Massachusetts, It's an Endless Adventure...
Explore the whaling ports and beaches along our 1800 miles of coastline. Step back into history in our museums and historic villages. Become a pioneer, or a pilgrim for a day. Sample the arts, elegance, and cultural heritage. Camping in Massachusetts offers four seasons of sports, entertainment, touring and family fun.
Hiking is one of the most popular recreational pursuits in New Hampshire, and it's no secret as to why.
The trails in New Hampshire's State Parks, Forests and on Recreational Rail Trails offer unsurpassed beauty, challenging terrain, and an experience to last a lifetime - whether on a short stroll with your family or climbing the tallest mountain in New Hampshire
Volunteer clubs and organizations work very hard to maintain some of our 4,000+ miles of hiking trails in the state, however many are in need of adoption for maintenance.