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Jerusalem is a good day hike leading to General Stark Mountain 3,662 feet.

This hike begins by cutting through a deep woodland along a gradual ascent that becomes steeper closer to the terminus at Long Trail / Monroe Skyline Segment. From the Long Trail, General Stark is just .4 mile north but the climb is steep. Beyond the General the trail makes a sharp descent to Appalachian Gap. From the junction, if you turn right you can access Glen Ellen Lodge via a small spur trail to the east. This mountainside shelter offers spectacular sunrise views. Heading farther south, is Mt. Ellen at 4,083 feet, Cutts Peak 4,020 feet and several more peaks before reaching Battell Shelter and the Lincoln Gap parking area.

Directions: From South Starksboro, VT, Travel north on SR 17 about a mile. Turn right onto Jerusalem Road. At .8 mile, turn left onto Jim Dwire Road. The trailhead is about .5 mile on the right.

Elevation: 3,700 feet

Elevation Gain: 2,500 feet

Difficulty: Strenuous

 
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Expert Review of Jerusalem Trail

Active and Adventure Review of Jerusalem Trail

Away Travel Expert: Karen Berger
ActiveExpert Rating 4.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
Day Hiking,Walking,Whitewater Kayaking
Active and AdventureExpert Tips & Helpful Hints
  • The nearby Huntington River offers opporunitites for whitewater paddling.
  • Summer is the most popular season, and fall is the most scenic. Spring is mud season, and early summer has blackflies.

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Green Mountain National Forest, Vermont


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