Explore The Woods, Wetlands, and Wild Places in East Hanover
Nov 20, 2019 05:36PM
And there’s a lot to see. Fisher, coyote, bobcat, and rabbit tracks; beaver lodges and dams; otter slides; patterns of windblown snow; open winter sky; stone walls and big old trees.
Get outside and enjoy trails and open space this winter
UVLT has many trails and conservation areas that are ideal for snowshoeing, skiing, or winter hiking and are within a short distance of Hanover. Get outside and check them out for yourself!
Dismal at Pressey Brook
238 acres of wetlands and forest on Goose Pond Road in East Hanover. Trails for hiking, skiing, and snowshoeing. Owned and managed by UVLT.
Brookmead Conservation Area
352 acres of fields and upland forest on Turnpike Road in Norwich, VT. Five miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, skiing, and snowshoeing. Some trails groomed in the winter. Connection to Parcel Five trails. Owned and managed by UVLT.
118-acre farm in private ownership with 4.8 miles of public trails for hiking, skiing, and snowshoeing. Limited parking on Cossingham Road.
220 acres of fields and forest in Lyme. Privately owned but managed by UVLT with public access on the trails. 360-degree views. Access from Highbridge Road parking lot. 4.5 miles of trail, great for hiking, snowshoeing, and skiing.
237 acres of forest, field, and wetland off Route 10 in Lyme, NH. Great for hiking and snowshoeing. Owned and managed by the Upper Valley Land Trust.
Find more information at www.uvlt.org.
Story and photos courtesy of Upper Valley Land Trust