Planning a Hike on the Appalachian Trail in the Upper Valley?

This Fall season an interactive map will be available on our website, including trail access and parking information, contour lines or aerial view, distance information, and much more.

For now, you can find the AT on your DeLorme Atlas or any good VT road map. Buy a map or the GMC Long Trail Guide on-line from the GMC store.
The guidebook includes a chapter on the 45 miles of our stretch of the AT between Norwich and Killington.
Description: Going South to North, the AT turns east in Killington, heading to the Connecticut River at Norwich. It roughly parallels VT Route 4. You can find a List of Access Points including trail heads and parking along this stretch of the trail.

UVO Section Trail and Shelter Maintenance

Our Section maintains 46 miles of the Appalachian Trail, from Maine Junction at Willard Gap (Killington) to the Connecticut River in Norwich, Vt. This includes four shelters. We have divided the length of trail into three 15 mile stretches, overseen by three coordinators. Routine maintenance is done by adopters, responsible for two-mile average trail segments. In addition, we schedule hike/workdays when adopters, with the support of volunteers, do more extensive maintenance work like blazing, chain-sawing and waterbar maintenance.

Trail Coordinators:

Ledyard Bridge to Cloudland Road

Bob Hagen 802-785-4311

email Bob Hagen

Cloudland Road to
Chateauguay Rd/Halfway Saddle

Debbie Marcus  978-578-4198

email Debbie Marcus

Chateauguay Rd/Halfway Saddle to Maine Junction

Nick Krembs  902-649-1048

email Nick Krembs