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Hiking to the summit of a mountain near Stowe, Vermont (Half-day)

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Join a certified guide for an exciting half-day of hiking near Montpelier and Stowe on some of Vermont’s most beloved peaks such as Camel’s Hump, Worcester, and Elmore.


Green Mountains

1/2 Day

May - Oct


All levels


* Take in epic panoramas of Vermont countryside from a number of peaks.

* Enjoy a pleasant day-hike with a knowledgeable and certified guide.

* Conquer trails up Laraway, White Rocks, Mt. Mansfield, and more.


Discover the magic of Vermont with a half-day hike to one of its incredible mountains! This guided trek will feature the splendid wilderness terrain the northeast United States is known for while you enjoy a peaceful journey to a remarkable summit, all within proximity to Montpelier and Stowe!

The mountains in Vermont are strikingly beautiful and serene. Set in the northeast United States, the state is well-known for its greenery, the lovely foliage, and tranquility in the outdoors. It is a hotbed of athletic activity all-year round, with skiing and snowboarding in winter and hiking and climbing in the summer. The community of Stowe and the surrounding region are particularly generous when it comes to doling out sweet adventures.

Your program will take you into the Green Mountains and beyond, exploring the incredible valleys and ridges before reaching the top. You can decide which mountain is right for you – let me know what you have in mind for the hike and I will tailor a trek just for you. Most hikes for this program are located within an hour of Stowe and Montpelier, so getting there is a breeze.

Some of the common objectives include the highest mountain in Vermont, Mt. Mansfield (1,339m), where you can hike along its ridge. You can also take on Camel’s Hump (1,244m) – one of three mountains in the state, including Mansfield, that has a surviving arctic tundra from the Ice Ages. Other possible hikes go up Mt. Hunger, Worcester, White Face, and Laraway.

White Rock Mountain is located towards the southern tip of CC Putnam State Forest and a fantastic program. We can also hike Mt. Elmore and look out across Lake Elmore for a truly jaw-dropping view. If you want to see Vermont from the tops of its most notorious summits, then this is the trek for you.

With so many options in the region, we can find exactly what you are looking for. Everyone is welcome to join this program, and we can design an appropriate hike for your skill level. All you need to bring is a passion for the outdoors and I will show you the time of your life in this great state.

Book this half-day hike in the Stowe and Montpelier area NOW and see Vermont and see the gorgeous mountains tucked into the northeast corner of the United State!

Price includes

- Guiding fee

About the guide

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E-S Adventure Guides



Mountain Guide

One of our certified guides will take you skiing and climbing to some of the best spots in North America. In the USA we offer trips in California, Colorado, Maine, Alaska, Oregon, Arizona, Washington, Montana, Nevada, Texas, Utah and Vermont. And in Canada, you'll find tours in Quebec, Alberta and British Columbia.



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What people are saying about E-S Adventure Guides



Great guides and great snow!



Will was great wise and fun to spend the day with.



Guide cancelled within 48 hrs and I was unable to find someone else and so far I’ve not been refunded. Put a small dent in my otherwise great trip to Revelstoke.



All perfect



Guide was very experienced and very patient with us. We learned alot and he tried to fit in all the knowledge he could in one day, super awesome. A little tough going back and forth to get the trip set up hard to tell if the site is sketchy until you see reviews but all worked out. Ended up with an awesome day with an awesome guide. Overall pretty satisfied and thankful!

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