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AboutThe Hazen's Notch Association trails are spread out over 2,500 acres of privately owned conservation land in the scenic "covered bridge" town of Montgomery. 40 miles of trails wind their way through a mixed maple/birch/evergreen forest and across open meadows providing panoramic views of 2 mountain ranges. Easy trails traverse gentle meadows while intermediate trails wind their way through beautiful forests, home to a great variety of wildlife species. Steeper trails ascend Burnt Mountain where there is an incredible 360 degree view of northern Vermont.
High in the heavy snow belt of the Jay Mountains lies the Hazen's Notch trails, known for excellent terrain and trail design, careful grooming and spectacular views of the surrounding mountains. The Hazen's Notch Association is a non-profit conservation, environmental education and recreation organization that maintains 40 miles of trails for cross country skiing, snowshoeing and hiking.
Contact InformationHazen's Notch Association Website
Trail FeesPrices last updated 01/29/2003.
|Half Day||Full Day||Half Day||Full Day|
Ski Rental Prices
|Adult - Standard Package||12.00||10.00|
|Junior - Standard Package||8.00||8.00|
|Senior - Standard Package||N/A||N/A|
Information last updated 01/29/2003.
Ski LessonsPSIA-Nordic certified skiing lessons and naturalist-led guided snowshoe tours are available by appointment.
Ski Racing Programsnone
DiningA variety of restaurants are located in Montgomery including the Black Lantern Inn, the Inn on Trout River, J.R's Cafe, Kilgore's General Store, the Belfry and the Old English Rose.
Lodging, Hotels, and CondosA variety of country inns and bed & breakfasts are located in Montgomery and nearby in the Jay area.
Directions to Hazen's Notch AssociationLocated at:
P.O. Box 478
Montgomery Center, VT 05471