Mount Ascutney

Mount Ascutney is southern Vermont's only monadnock, or lone mountain. Particularly noteworthy about Ascutney are its granite outcrops, one of which near its peak serves as a launching point for hang-gliders. The mountain is very steep, and its trails traverse a Vermont state forest. Mt. Ascutney is home to the Ascutney Mountain Resort, a ski resort, located on the mountain's northwest face.

Mount Ascutney SUMMIT LOG peakery first ascent by scott

39 members report climbing or hiking to the summit, most recently on Aug 9, 2014. Below are trip reports and shared pictures from their climbs.

Others who’ve summited Mount Ascutney

  • scott
  • snodough
  • ElysiaD
  • dennytron
  • HikingEconomist
  • MadTom
  • Steph
  • eviltwinash
  • scatterbone
  • max
  • trekkerdog
  • zacharyrobbins

Routes Used trails & approaches

41% Weathersfield Trail

36% Windsor Trail, America's first

21% Brownsville Trail

Comments

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Elevation

3,130 ft / 954 m

Prominence

2,270 ft / 692 m

Height Rank

#93 in Vermont

#36091 in United States

Range

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Location

Vermont, United States

Summited by

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  • scott
  • snodough
  • ElysiaD
  • dennytron
  • HikingEconomist
  • MadTom
  • Steph
  • VonSelmer
  • eviltwinash
  • ikbrysmi
  • scatterbone
  • D2XFX771

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