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Cutler Memorial Forest
Dorset, Vermont 05251
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Cutler Memorial Forest
Coordinates: 43.2647654, -73.1002988
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About Cutler Memorial Forest
Cutler Memorial Forest, located off Peace Street near the Dorset Village, is a great outdoor location for the public to explore. The property was given to the town in 1976 by Mrs. Isabella Cutler. In the early years, walking trails were forged and a bridge was built over the Mettawee River.

In recent years the Dorset Conservation Commission has made great improvements to the property: marking trials, creating a parking area, and building a new bridge over the river. This past fall the Conservation Commission designed a network of small puncheon bridges and enlisted Rick Wilkins to build the structures. This effort now links the trail network together, allowing hikers to traverse over wet areas. A hike around the entire property takes from 35-45 minutes and the trails cover both flat ground and hills.

Parking for Cutler Forest is provided at the 393 Peace Street area, and the entire property is easily accessed from this entrance point. We hope shedding light on the property will encourage residents to visit Cutler Forest and enjoy the tranquil experience it offers.
From Cutler Memorial Forest webpage