Deer and turkey are abundant and the resident ravens and barred owls are sure to entertain you. Fisher, bobcats, and coyotes are present, and bald eagles working the Battenkill are seen in late fall and winter soaring the ridgeline. Bear occasionally traverse the area.
Latitude: 43.070711 Longitude: -73.320727 Elevation: 524 ft
the best travel advice comes from the people who live here
- Explore the Turning Point Trail: The 1777 Campaign of Major General John Burgoyne
- Northern Reaches of Lake Champlain: An Interpretive Guide to the Borderlands of Lakes to Locks Passage
- Waterways of War: The French & Indian War
- Waterways of War: The War of 1812
- Waterways of War: Turning Point of the American Revolution
Interests and Areas of Expertise
Regional History, American History, European History, Religious History, Culinary Arts.
Distance And Terrain
This trail is very steep between .05 and 1.1 miles from the trailhead where it climbs 700 feet in .06 miles
Highlights And Key Points Along The Route
Trail head off Route 313
Identify And Describe The Management Organization
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation