Your Complete Guide to Moss Glen Falls in Vermont

Central Vermont has numerous vacation destinations for any season, from ski resorts to waterfalls. And starting your visit off with a hike to Moss Glen Falls will set the stage for a great getaway to Stowe.

The state’s tallest waterfall doesn’t fail to astound, with cascade after cascade falling in a dense green pine forest.

Moss Glen Falls lies within the C.C. Putnam State Forest near Stowe, Vt. This 125-foot-tall waterfall is the typical “horsetail” waterfall with several cascades down a steep gorge wall.

About Moss Glen Falls

From Stowe, Vt., travel northeast for 4.3 miles on Highway 100, also known as Brownsville Road, then turn into Moss Glen Falls. You will arrive at the trailhead at a pull-off on the east side.

How Do You Get to Moss Glen Falls?

Moss Glen Falls is located in a scenic forested region of Vermont, offering numerous outdoor activities and stunning landscapes.

What Is There to Do Near Moss Glen Falls?

The trip to the falls is only a half mile from the parking area and trailhead. However, if you continue up an old snowmobile path, you’ll find a scenic overview of the Worcester Mountains.

Hike the Trail to Moss Glen Falls

Take a 5-mile drive on Auto Toll Road to the top of Mount Mansfield. It’s a perfect spot to view Stowe Mountain Resort and Lake Champlain.

Drive the Auto Toll Road to Mount Mansfield

You can discover four historic covered bridges in a 42-mile loop from Stowe to Cambridge to Morristown and back to Stowe.

Visit the Area’s Covered Bridges

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