Greendale Loop

NY,VT US Forest Service

Greendale Loop

The Greendale loop offers a 4.0 miles hike through a mixed forest of northern hardwood and conifer trees with long stretches bordering scenic streams. 3.0 miles of the hike are on quiet gravel roads and...[more]





From Route 100 in Weston, travel north on Route 100 for approximately 2.0 miles. Turn left onto Greendale Road (Forest Road 18);

From Route 103 in East Wallingford, travel south on Rte. 155 for about 10.0 miles. Continue south for about another 8.0 miles after the road turns into Rte 100. Turn right onto Greendale Road (FR 18);

Follow FR 18 for about 3.0 miles to the campground. The road ends less than a half a mile beyond the campground, where limited parking is available. The trail is straight ahead over an unused concrete bridge.

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