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This easy 1 mile trail commemorates the famed poet Robert Frost.

If you are traveling along SR 125, also known as the Middlebury Gap Scenic Road, this is a very pleasurable place to stop, rest and soak up a bit of American literature. The short trail is only 1 mile and the first .3 mile is handicapped accessible. As the trail travels along to the Middlebury River, you see patches of huckleberries and blueberries while having the pleasure of reading several of Robert Frost's poems. These are mounted along the route of field and woodland. Note: The Forest Service maintains all the old fields along this trail with prescribed fire to preserve the scenic open appearance of the area.

Directions: From Ripton, VT, Travel east 2.1 miles along the very scenic SR 125. There is a parking area on the south side of the road.

Elevation Gain: 120 feet

Distance: 1.0 miles

Difficulty: Easy

 
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Active and Adventure Review of Robert Frost Interpretive Trail

Away Travel Expert: Karen Berger
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ActiveExpert Rating 5.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
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  • Short trail with plenty of resting benches, ornamented by snippets of poetry.

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Green Mountain National Forest, Vermont


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