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Scrag Mountain Forest

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Scrag Mountain Forest
Waitsfield, Vermont 05673
Scrag Mountain Forest (TrailFinder) webpage

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Scrag Mountain Forest
Coordinates: 44.1509749, -72.7806044
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The TrailFinder website has a description and map of hikes at Scrag Mountain Forest.

About Scrag Mountain Forest
This 750-acre forest, owned by the Town of Waitsfield, includes waterfalls, headwater streams, a high elevation beaver pond, wildlife habitat, productive timberland, and more than one mile of undeveloped ridgeline along the Northfield Mountains. Town ownership of the land was made possible through generous donations of land and contributions used to establish and expand this town forest between 1991 and 2017. The Scrag Mountain Town Forest has been permanently conserved to protect its valuable natural resources and provide for diverse recreational opportunities.

This property offers short accessible trail options on the lower portion of the property. The longer, steeper Scrag Forest Trail leads to a beaver pond and wetland. Hikers on the Scrag Forest Trail, marked with yellow trail blazes, will pass a waterfall and observe sap collection lines used to produce maple syrup. Expansion of the trail network is planned.
From Scrag Mountain Forest (TrailFinder) webpage