As well as being the most southwesterly town in the Green Mountain State, scenic Pownal, located in the beautiful Hoosic Valley at the convergence of three mountain ranges, is also the oldest established town in Vermont with historic architecture to match that includes residences dating back as far as the 1750s. The town is in a great strategic location for lovers of the outdoors, being placed at the southern terminus of Vermont’s Long Trail, the oldest long-distance hiking route in the USA, stretching 273 miles as it snakes its way over the mountain crests towards the Canadian border. The less ambitious might fancy tackling the shorter Taconic Crest Trail which extends 35 miles through neighboring New York and Massachusetts, passing close by the town. Whether you are a lover of history, the great outdoors, or simply looking for a break amid splendid scenery, make Pownal your next glamping getaway!
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