Peak to Peak

Peak to Peak hikers
Peak to Peak Hikers (NPS Photo)
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Annual Peak to Peak Event
Exploring the trails of Woodstock, VT
Saturday, October 13, 2018

On the Green in Woodstock ~
Registration opens @ 9:30am
Hikes begin @ 10am, 10:30am & 1pm

♦ Fall Fun on the Village Green

♦ Autumn hikes with spectacular views

♦ Join a guided hike, yoga hike or history hike or grab a map and hit the trails on your own!

♦ Get out and enjoy the autumnal trails of Woodstock, VT! Join a guided hike up Mount Peg or Mount Tom (or for the hearty - aim to summit both peaks). with departures at 10am, 10:30am & 1pm. Options include a yoga hike, history walks, and Valley Quests for families. Sample cider, cheese and crackers at both peaks, and contribute to a group art project on Mount Tom.
Bob Holt Demonstrating golf history
Bob Holt with historical golfing photo
Peak to Peak Challenge
Hearty 5 miles roundtrip
Departs @ 10am
Summit both Mt. Tom and Mt. Peg, stopping at the Woodstock village green for lunch. After the hike, collect your prize for completing the challenge.

Mt Peg History Hike
Easy 1.5 mile roundtrip

Departs @ 10am
Explore the landscape history of Mt. Peg with a local historian, with special focus on the golf course that used to occupy its slopes.

Mt Tom Hike
Moderate 3.5 mile roundtrip
Departs @ 10:30am & 1pm
Join a Sierra Club trip leader to hike the historic Faulkner Trail to South Peak for a panoramic view.

Mt Peg History Hike
Easy 2 mile roundtrip

Departs @ 1pm

Join a Sierra Club Hike leader on this short jaunt.

Ranger Ed Sharron leads kids hike

Valley Quest: Adventure for Young Hikers
EASY: distance varies
Departs 10:30am and 1pm
Solve riddles using clues in the local landscape as you explore paths around Woodstock on these family-friendly hikes.


Peak to Peak is made possible with the support of many partners including:
Billings Park Commission, Earth Beat, Green Mountain Club, Holt Survey Associates, Inner Lift Yoga, Sustainable Woodstock, Upper Valley Sierra Club, Upper Valley Trails Alliance and Vital Communities.

The Boots to Boats initiative, supported by a grant from the National Park Foundation, encourages participants to recreate on their public lands and waters in and between Vermont and New Hampshire’s only national park sites, via the Appalachian National Scenic Trail and the Connecticut River National Blueway. From yoga hikes to public paddle days, guided events have been offered throughout the summer and into fall. For more information, or to plan your own Boots to Boats adventure in any season, check out

Walk Woodstock map showing Mt Tom, Mt Peg & Woodstock Green
Map showing Mt Tom, Mt Peg and the Woodstock Green
For general reference only - scale is not exact

Last updated: May 15, 2018

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Mailing Address:

54 Elm Street
Woodstock , VT 05091


(802) 457-3368 x222

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