Crossing Clark Brook in the winter
During the 3-mile approach to Vermont's famed Long Trail, there is a water crossing .5 miles in from the trailhead. Located in the Granville portion of the Green Mountain National Forest, the first Clark Brook stream crossing is a cinch in late January with 6+ inches of ice built up.
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Tags: ice; winter; vermont; brook; clark brook; green mountain national forest; granville; 802; hiking; river crossing; fording; nature; scenic; lowland forest; forest; gmnf
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