Oak Ridge Trail
This trail begins at an intersection with the Rattlesnake Cliffs Trail. At the junction of Oak Ridge and Rattlesnake Cliffs, bear right (north). The trail follows a gentle ridge offering views of Lake Dunmore, Lake Champlain, and Lake George. It crosses the Keewaydin Trail and then climbs to the two summits on Mt. Moosalamoo where there are good views to the east and south. From here, it descends past the Moosalamoo Trail, and continues north with more good views to the east and west. It eventually crosses two logging roads and continues north to another old road and a telephone line, which it follows west to a parking area on Vermont Route 125.
|Length||6.6 miles one way|
|Elevation Gain||1839 feet|
|Trail Type||Out and Back|
Trailhead: Travel south on Route 100 to its intersection with Route 73. Travel 13.6 miles east on Route 73 into Forest Dale. Turn north onto Route 53, and follow it 5.3 miles. Trailhead parking is a paved parking lot, located on the right and prominently marked. From the north end of the parking lot, follow the footpath to a service road, and turn right. At a sharp curve in the road, there is a toilet building. Bear left here and over a bridge to reach the Falls of Lana Picnic Area. The trail begins at the Falls of Lana Picnic Area.
Latitude/Longitude: 43.904124, -73.062595