Hazen's Notch Association Northern Vermont Cross Country Skiing & Snowshoeing Conditions - Snowfall Report, Snowpack Depth
| 11 trails
Hikers may park at the Welcome Center even if the building is not open.|
The parking lot is a little deeper at the end furthest from the building.
Comments: 11 trails are open for hiking. Parking options include the (1) Bear Paw Pond area, (2) the HNA Welcome Center, and (3) the High Ponds Farm.
Bear Paw Pond: Park in the small gravel parking area on the right. Please do not block the walking lanes leading to the Trails building or to the open grassy area. To start your hike, walk up the gravel driveway that leads to Bear Bear Pond and Coyote Meadow which is beyond the pond. Please respect this private property and the adjoining neighbors.
HNA Welcome Center: You can make a loop that includes the Hazens Notch Road (east), Rossier Road, Beaver Ponds Trail
to Sugar House Trail, Coyote Meadow and back to your car.
High Ponds Farm: Parking within the High Ponds Farm is limited to the owners and their guests. Please respect this private property
and the adjoining neighbors.
You may park on either side of the Rossier Road before the entrance to the High Ponds Farm. Do not block the gate.
When you enter the property, turn left on the level gravel drive. This is the Beaver Ponds Trail. This trail passes through
the lower orchard area and comes to a small beaver pond. Follow the gravel road past the small pond. You will come to a Y junction.
The trail to the right is the Beaver Ponds Trail. It will take you to a picnic area with a nice view of the Moosewood Ponds.
The trail eventually joins the Sugar House Trail which leads to the Bear Paw Pond area.
At the Y junction the gravel road leading left is the High Meadow Trail. This leads to a picnic area at the back of the High Meadow
with a good view. Use the High Meadow Trail to return to your car.
Attention: A 200-acre area on Burnt Mountain has been posted against trespassing by the landowner.
There is no access to trails beyond the High Meadow.
Closed: Notch Trail, Sunset Ridge Trail + Lower Window Rock Trail, Upper Window Rock Trail.
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Dogs are not allowed on trails in the Winter. Dogs must be on a short leash in Summer and Fall.
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There are many costs associated with the management of trails that are open to the public. Group use fees and membership contributions help the HNA office to meet these expenses. Please contact the HNA office to arrange your group visit. Thank you.
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The Hazen's Notch Association is a non-profit conservation organization located in Montgomery Center, Vermont.
The HNA provides environmental education programs for schools, conducts a summer camp for children, maintains a network of trails for cross country skiing, snowshoeing and hiking on 2,500 acres of land and serves as a local land trust.
Your membership in the Hazen's Notch Association supports our work in conservation, environmental education, recreational trails, scientific research and stewardship of natural resources.
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