The hike was about 4.8 miles round trip, with a gain in elevation of about 2500 feet. It was pretty steep the whole way. Not a hike I would take the children on just yet... we'll work them up to Camel's Hump. They've looked longingly at pictures of it from a distance and yearn to hike it, but it was tough for our group of adults.... though I did see some kids on the trail.
|Enjoying our lunches!|
|My cookie broke. :( It was still delicious. :)|
I packed up turkey and colby jack sandwiches with garlic hummus on fresh whole wheat pain de mie, cherries, NatureBox lemony pistachios and sunny trails mix, half a sliced apple, and one almond windmill cookie that I picked up at the store. It was a yummy and filling lunch.
If you ever visit Vermont, do this hike - and take along an EasyLunchBox with a hearty lunch!