ACCESSING THE TRAILSThe primary access point is Trailhead A, off of Bentley Road. To reach Trailhead A, turn onto Willard Road from Quechee Main Street. Travel up the hill to Bentley Road and turn right. Follow signs to Trailhead A.
Another access point is Trailhead B, off of Safford Road. Turn onto Willard Road from Quechee Main Street. Continue up Willard to Safford Road and turn right. Follow signs to Trailhead B.
Please note that there is parking available and maps are located in the mailbox at each trailhead.
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Recommended Wilderness Routes● Easiest Terrain
■ More difficult terrain
▲ Most Difficult Terrain
|Name||Difficulty||Park-Stations to Follow||KM||Miles|
|River Road||■||B-7-11-10-9-Loop 9/9-10-8-B||4.3||2.6|
Points of Interest
|Point||GPS Coordinates||Point of Interest|
|B||40.576||24.023||Large white pine|
|C||40.646||24..894||Stream to White River from wetlands (a). Numerous small waterfalls|
|E||40.807||24.775||Typical stonewall. Property boundary.|
|F||40.952||24.843||Microhabitat on top of large rock|
|G||40.977||24.845||Stand of large white birch|
|H||41.079||24.932||Spring fed pond. Does not dry up during the summer.|
|I||41.114||24.923||Stand of Red Oaks|
|J||41.309||24.759||Large white pine blow down. Many in this area due to a microburst.|
|K||41.264||24.651||Metamorphic sedimentary ledges|
|M||41.228||24.875||Hemlock stand. White tail deer wintering habitat.|