ount Mansfield is the highest mountain in Vermont with a summit that peaks at 4,393 feet (1,339 m) above sea level. The summit located within the town of Underhill in Chittenden County; the ridgeline, including some secondary peaks, extends into the town of Stowe, and the mountain's flanks also reach into the town of Cambridge.When viewed from the east or west, this mountain has the appearance of a (quite elongated) human profile, with distinct forehead, nose, lips, chin, and Adam's apple. These features are most distinct when viewed from the east; unlike most human faces, the chin is the highest point.Mount Mansfield is one of three spots in Vermont where true alpine tundra survives from the Ice Ages. A few acres exist on Camel's Hump and Mount Abraham nearby and to the south, but Mount Mansfield's summit still holds about 200 acres (81 ha).The mountain is used for various recreational and commercial purposes. "The Nose" is home to transmitter towers for a number of regional radio and TV stations. There are many hiking trails, including the Long Trail, which traverses the main ridgeline. In addition, the east flank of the mountain is used by the Stowe Mountain Resort for winter skiing. A popular tourist activity is to take the toll road (about 4 miles (6.4 km), steep, mostly unpaved, with several hairpin turns) from the Stowe Base Lodge to "The Nose" and hike along the ridge to "The Chin."
The climb begins along CCC Road. You will proceed on CCC Road until the point when you achieve Maple Ridge Trail. Maple Ridge Trail is the most specialized piece of the climb. Two sections of the Maple Ridge Trail emerge as scariest. One is a stone divider that has just constrained grasps and toe holds, and a tumble off that divider would cause genuine mischief. The second part is an abyss around six feet that you need to jump over. Similarly as with climbing the stone divider, there is no edge for blunder with this jump.
You need to confer and after that execute appropriately. The normal grown-up may think that its startling yet will have the capacity to do it securely. In view of these two testing areas, it isn't prescribe to endeavor this climb in terrible climate conditions where the stones would be wet or frosty. You will then achieve the Long Trail and proceed with the Long Trail north, passing the brow, the nose and northward along the ridgeline to the Chin. From that point, you can stretch out the excursion up to Adams Apple or pivot and start the drop along the Sunset Ridge Trail.
The is an incredible climb to Vermont's most astounding point that brags staggering perspectives once you get to the rough outcrops on the Maple Ridge Trail and will keep on impressing on the Long Trail and for the vast majority of the plummet on the Sunset Ridge Trail. Mount Mansfield is likewise one of two places in Vermont where Alpine Tundra can be found.
According to the facilities it provides, we can rate Mount Mansfield, Vermont in 4 out of 5 stars.