From the bloggers at Watson Wander.
At 4,343 feet, Mount Mansfield measures in as Vermont’s highest peak. From the top you get a 360-degree view of the surrounding green mountain state, including the Stowe Mountain Resort to the east, and on a clear day Lake Champlain all the way to the west. There are numerous ways to reach the top. You could hike one of the trails, drive up the toll road, or even ride up in a gondola (those last two options don’t actually get you to the tip-ity top though).
As far as I’m concerned the very best way to conquer this mountain is by hiking the Sunset Ridge Trail.
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