|View from the Bridge|
The gorge was formed by glacial activities, approximately 13,000 years ago.
The first stop should be the visitors center, where you can get a map and other information of the area and then leave from the ground floor to travel approximately 4/10 of a mile down to the bottom of the gorge. The trail has a few steep spots but is basically easy to hike. There are a great views from both the bridge and from the bottom of the gorge.
|Woodlands along the path|
|Old tree trunk glowing in the sunlight|
|View of the River halfway down the path to the bottom of the gorge|
|People on the rocks at the bottom of the gorge|
|Viewing the running water of the river at the bottom of the gorge|
|Looking up the gorge toward the bridge over Route 4|
|Stones under water in the river|
This areas is definitely worth a stop on your travels through Vermont.