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Burnt Hill Trail

  Burnt Hill Trail is a long drive away from Rutland but it is one of many great trails in this area. Time to get out and breathe some fresh air, and Burnt Hill Trail in Addison County, Vermont is such a great place. Vermont has lots of outdoors activities. There are many hiking trails in the Green Mountains where wonderful nature is waiting for you.
It's a great idea to explore Crystal Brook, it's next to Burnt Hill Trail, and a delightful spot for whitewater
    paddling is Middlebury River. Yep, outdoors enjoyable stuff truly is abundant here in the Green Mountains. If you're here at Burnt Hill Trail, you could visit Goshen Brook. United States Forest Service Mount Moosalamoo Campground
is a glorious local campground, and Middlebury Gap is also a perfect place to discover. Moosalamoo Campground is a magnificent campground nearby, and a visit here wouldn’t be complete without a spree to close by Branbury State Park. There are plenty of folks from Hancock here at Burnt Hill Trail; if you don't mind getting dripping wet, you can always go whitewater paddling on New Haven River. This place, Burnt Hill Trail, it completely has so much outdoors cool  
stuff. Burnt Hill Trail is a good place of typical precipitation. Most of the rain falls during August; the driest month of the year is February. Summertime at Burnt Hill Trail arrives with high temperatures in the 80's. When the night sets in temperatures plunge down into the 50's.

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These outdoors activities are available near Burnt Hill Trail.
 Trails Near Burnt Hill Trail:
Keewaydin Trail, Addison County , 7 miles away
Bloodroot Mountain Trail, Rutland County , 9 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Burnt Hill Trail:
Steam Mill Clearing Dispersed, Hancock , 2 miles away
Skylight Pond Shelter - Long Trail, Hancock , 2 miles away
Sucker Brook Shelter - Long Trail, Hancock , 3 miles away
Bingo Brook, Hancock , 4 miles away
New Haven River Dispersed, Hancock , 4 miles away
 Whitewater Near Burnt Hill Trail:
Middlebury River, Addison County , 6 miles away, Class V - 2.6 miles long (Ripton to East Middlebury)
New Haven River, Addison County , 7 miles away, Class II-IV - 13 miles long (Baldwin Creek to Otter Creek)
New Haven River, Addison County , 9 miles away, Class V - 1.3 miles long (West Lincoln to Route 116 bridge)
White River, Windsor County , 11 miles away, Class I-II - 20 miles long (Rochester to Bethel)
Otter Creek, Rutland / Addison County , 14 miles away, Class III-IV - 0 miles long (Above Bleeders Dam to Bleeders Dam)
 Hotels Near Burnt Hill Trail:
Clay Brook At Sugarbush, Warren , 10 miles away
The Sugarbush Inn, Warren , 10 miles away
Mountain Top Inn And Resort, Chittenden , 12 miles away
Sugarbush Condos, Warren , 12 miles away
Tucker Hill Inn, Waitsfield , 13 miles away
 Lakes Near Burnt Hill Trail
Silver Lake, Addison County , 7 miles away
Lake Dunmore, Addison County , 9 miles away
Chittenden Reservoir, Rutland County , 12 miles away
Winona Lake, Addison County , 14 miles away
Rocky Pond, Rutland County , 17 miles away

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