The Long Trail is a hiking trail located in Vermont, running the length of the state. It is the oldest long-distance trail in the United States, constructed between 1910 and 1930. The trail starts on the Massachusetts-Vermont state line, and runs north ending at the Canada-US border.
After we got to our car we drove into Stowe for beer (for me), hard cider (for Damien), and baskets of fries (yes 2) to share.
Now we’re driving back to Montreal. Leaving part of our hearts in the mountains, as we always do.
That’s Mount Mansfield on the left. We’ll be back to summit it one day, and finish this section of the Long Trail.
One of the many creek crossings today. When we started the trail, one week ago today, we had to be mindful of water, carrying what we needed through dry sections. After all the rain of the past few days everything is flowing, also this section might have more water in general.
It’s definitely another wet feet day.