Get ready for longer days and warmer weather when you plan your spring getaway near the Green Mountains in Vermont. The Green Mountains range around 250 miles throughout the span of Vermont and are recognized by the massive amounts of untouched green trees covering them. The highest point is Mount Mansfield, followed by Killington Peak and Mount Ellen, all above 4,000 feet. Peak seekers should head there, but if summiting isn’t your thing, there are still plenty of hiking trails of all levels of difficulty. The Long Trail overlaps with a section of the famous Appalachian Trail. There should still be snow on the ground in early spring, so those wanting to hold on to the last bit of winter can go downhill or backcountry skiing.