Cheers to fall beers! With August coming to an end and our favorite fall seasonals re-appearing, we can’t help but dream of changing leaves, the brisk autumn air, and going on fall adventures with our friends. There’s no better way to experience the outdoors in the fall than to take a hike, and after reaching the top of a peak you deserve to enjoy an ice-cold beer. Check out a few of our favorite trails!
It’s double-humped peak is one of the highest (and most recognizable) in Vermont. There are numerous trails to the top ranging from easy to difficult, so anyone can make conquering this mountain their #humpday goal.
Mt. Philo State Park is a quick ¾ mile trail leading to a beautiful campground and picnic site. Pack some lunch (and a few Flannel Friday’s) to enjoy while taking in the breathtaking views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains.
There are 11 hiking trails within the Middlesex Fells Reservation, but our favorite is the Skyline Trail. This lengthy trail leads to spectacular views of Boston and the harbor. (We think we can see the brewery from here)!
Forget what TLC said and go chasing waterfalls! Beginning at Niagara Falls, the Niagara Gorge Trail System has a series of trail sections that border the Niagara River, offering hikes ranging from easy to challenging.