2,346 ft / 715 m


1,360 ft / 415 m


5 summits

Top climbing months

April   40%

November   40%

October   20%

"Trails are not well marked at all. Bushwhacked to the summit from the kiosk at the end of the parking lot. Summit is nondescript with cell towers all around, no views. Headed down the trail we found there - basically a very steep logging road. When we got back to the kiosk, we wandered over to the Everett Mansion to see the monuments there. It is a shame that these are not being maintained, they are beautiful. A nice day for a hike, but lots of work needs to be done to make this a welcoming trail." - PJSelmer, Oct 22, 2017
"Missed a turn, took long detour back to the top and carefully descended. As a consequence, I got back to my car at dusk. A very steep, difficult climb for not that great of a payoff. The towers were interesting, but not scenic." - barbaratraver, Nov 6, 2013
"I'm definitely not the first to climb this. I was in Bennington and thought this would be good to add, this is a big part of Bennington's history and there are a lot of great points of interest on Mount Anthony. Unfortunately I only had a phone with me so the pictures aren't great, but hopefully you will get a small glimpse of this piece of history. The trail up (Mount Anthony Summit Trail) is extremely steep and the summit is pretty full of trees so there's no good edge to get pictures of the town from. There was however a tower at the top that displayed Lattitude, Longitude so I took a pic b" - daremick, Apr 15, 2012


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