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The Appalachian / Long Trail offers a two-mile link between Baker Peak and Griffith Lake.

Two miles north of Emerald Lake on US 7, take the first right after the Green Mountain National Forest sign to the trailhead parking area. Follow the blue-blazed trail 2 miles to McGinn Brook crossing. The trail divides. To the left, it is 1 mile to the summit of Baker Peak which offers views of the US 7 valley and the marble quarries on Dorset Peak. To the right, it is 1.5 miles to Griffith Lake. The Appalachian / Long Trail provides a two-mile connecting link between Baker Peak and Griffith Lake.

Directions: From Emerald Lake, VT, Travel 2 miles north of the lake on US 7. Look for the Green Mountain National Forest sign and take your next right to the trailhead parking.

Difficulty: Moderate/Strenuous

 
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