The Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas

Richmond Free Library 201 Bridge Street, Richmond, Vermont, United States

Jim Andrews is coordinator of The Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas (VtHerpAtlas.org) and Chair of the Vermont Reptile and Amphibians Scientific Advisory Group to the Vermont Endangered Species Committee. Jim […]

Eagle Mountain

We'll climb Eagle Mountain in Milton and take in the view over Lake Champlain from Hoyt's Lookout, then see what's still blooming on the Wildflower Loop.Easy Hike. Relaxed pace. 2 […]

Camels Hump Loop

We’ll take Forest City Trail to Montclair Glen Lodge, then climb the Long Trail to the Camel’s Hump summit and return along the Burrows Trail.Difficult Hike. Moderate pace. 6 miles. […]

Franconia Ridge Loop

We will start from the Old Bridle Path Trailhead to hike up Falling Waters to Little Haystack, then across the Appalachian Trail ridge to Lincoln (5089 ft) and Lafayette (5260 […]

Butler Lodge

Hike up to Butler Lodge with views of the Champlain Valley.Moderate to difficult Hike. Moderate pace. 4.2 miles. 1600' elevation gain.Group limit 12.Contact leader by 7/11.

Giant Mountain Hike

We'll hike Giant Mountain by going up the Ridge Trail, a short but steep and rocky path that will take us to the summit. With good weather, Giant Mountain has […]

Sterling Pond

Hike to Sterling Pond from the parking lot in Smugglers Notch on 108. If the weather is hot and sunny, swimming at the pond may be in order, so bring […]

Mt Mansfield via Sunset Ridge Trail

One of the most spectacular hikes in the Green Mountains, with much of it above tree-line. We will take the Laura Cowles trail up to the Mt Mansfield Ridge and […]

Libby’s Lookout

Hike in the Preston Pond conservation area of West Bolton to Libby’s Lookout.Easy Hike. Relaxed pace. 4 miles. 500' elevation gain.Group limit 12.Contact leader by 7/25.

Young Adventurers Club: Niquette Bay State Park

We will wander down Allen Trail (0.5) to the Beach Bypass Trail (0.3) and continue our meanderdown Cedar Point Loop (0.1) to visit Lake Champlain. Here, weather and parents willing, […]

Shelburne Pond paddle

Enjoy a two to three hour paddle on Shelburne Pond. Shelburne Pond is small, but it is still the largest undeveloped body of water in the Champlain Valley, about 12 […]

Cascade and Porter

Cascade and Porter are well known to be among the easiest of the ADK 46’er peaks (Peaks over 4000 feet), but easier doesn’t necessarily mean easy! We will start from […]