Hiking all across Vermont is always sensational, and the offerings in and near Island Pond is no exception. To follow is a list of nearby hiking offerings.

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Bluff Mountain is located right here in Island Pond.  The Trailhead and parking are on the left side of Mountain Street in Island Pond about 1/2 mile beyond the end of the pavement. The trail features views of the Nulhegan Basin and surrounding…

Situated just south of the Canadian border in the town of Norton, Brousseau Mountain (elevation 2723 feet) is a rugged little peak. A short, but scenic trail provides a pleasant hike to the summit where spectacular views can be had from the top of…

The Gore Mountain trail elevation and length is 1972 feet, 3.8 miles. The Trailhead and parking are on Route 114 near the North end of Norton Pond in Norton. Located in the unorganized town of Avery’s Gore, Gore Mountain forms the northern…

Just a short drive from Island Pond, Maidstone State Forest has three main trails which run through lush woods and along the lake shores. All travel through smooth terrain and take less than one hour to walk. The Loon Trail is approximately 1/2 mile…

In the Town of Lemington, a short distance from Island Pond, Monadnock Mountain rises steeply above the Connecticut River and provides a unique view of the North Country from its summit fire tower. This rugged trail begins moderately through a small…

The Nulhegan Basin Division is located in the most remote part of Vermont in the towns of Brunswick, Ferdinand, Bloomfield, and Lewis. The division headquarters and visitor contact station is located in Brunswick (about 10 miles east of Island Pond)…