LT Mile 90.5 — Division 5 — Elev. 1850 ft.

This cabin was recently erected. It is a closed frame construction suitable for 12 and is the gift of the Blue Triangle Club of the State YMCA. Located in the woods on the bank of the crook. [GB 9th Edition 1932.]

No mention of this camp in GB 13th Edition 1947. This roomy cabin (20 x24 ft.) has been completed. It is located near the Gov. Clement Camp and cost $550. Girls’ Clubs of the Longfellow School of Rutland, of Wallingford, Wells River, Newbury, Thetford, Chester, Montpelier, Bristol, Franklin, Enosburg Falls, Springfield, St Albans, and Windsor Scouts contributed toward its cost. It is intended more for use of the girls when on the Trail. [LT News, October 1930]

The only cabin reported seriously damaged by the Sept 21, 1938, storm. [LT News. Nov. 1938]

The abandoned shelter will be disassembled and moved to Spring Lake this summer. [LT News, Feb. 1949]

Detail from a Department of Agriculture map of the Green Mountain National Forest showing the location the Blue Triangle Camp, 1939
Detail from a Department of Agriculture map of the Green Mountain National Forest showing the location the Blue Triangle Camp, 1939