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Rte. 125, Ripton, VT 05766, United States

The Robert Frost Interpretive Trail in western Vermont commemorates the 22 years the poet lived there with a 1.2-mile trail through the woods and fields of Ripton. Throughout the meticulously maintained grounds, mounted plaques of poems like “The Last Mowing” and “Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening” can be read among the tall pine trees, wild flowers, berry bushes, and wetlands. The hiking level is generally easy and a wooden boardwalk makes the first portion handicap accessible.

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Robert Frost Interpretive Trail

The Robert Frost Interpretive Trail in western Vermont commemorates the 22 years the poet lived there with a 1.2-mile trail through the woods and fields of Ripton. Throughout the meticulously maintained grounds, mounted plaques of poems like “The Last Mowing” and “Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening” can be read among the tall pine trees, wild flowers, berry bushes, and wetlands. The hiking level is generally easy and a wooden boardwalk makes the first portion handicap accessible.