The Hazen's Notch Association is a non-profit, charitable, conservation organization located in Montgomery, Vermont. From its office at the HNA Welcome Center on Vermont Route 58, the Hazen's Notch Road, the Association serves 40 communities in northern Vermont. The HNA conducts a summer camp for children, maintains a network of trails for cross country skiing, snowshoeing and hiking on over 1,500 acres of private conservation land. The Hazen's Notch Association was founded in 1994.
Summer Camp 2023Day Camp Monday-Friday: 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., Bear Paw Pond Conservation Area, 3 Age Groups: 6-7, 8-9, 10-12; Cost: $250; Session 1 July 10-14, 2023; Session 2 July 31- August 4, 2023; Session 3 August 7-11, 2023;
Overnight Camp Sun 1 p.m.-Sat at 11 a.m., Bear Paw Pond Conservation Area, One age group: 10-14; Cost: $475; Session: July 23 - 29, 2023.
TrailsCross Country Skiing + Snowshoeing
Dec 12, 2022 - April 2, 2023
April 3 - May 12, 2023 (Trails Closed)
Hiking + Walking
May 13 - Nov 11, 2023
Nov 28 - Dec 1, 2023
Nov 12 - 27, 2023 (Trails Closed)
Dec 2 - 10, 2023 (Trails Closed)
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Hazen's Notch Conservation Trust
The Hazen's Notch Conservation Trust, Inc. (HNCT) is a non-profit, land trust located in Montgomery, Vermont. The Hazen's Notch Conservation Trust was formed to conserve forests, wildlife habitats, natural areas, farmland, soil and water resources, undeveloped open space, and non-motorized recreational trails in Montgomery, Vermont. A priority for the HNCT is to conserve parcels adjacent to existing conserved lands in order to expand protection of wildlife corridors and habitats. The HNCT was founded in 2022. Please support this important organization.
For complete information, visit: Hazen's Notch Conservation Trust
Thanks to Queen City Printers in Burlington, Vermont for their support of the HNCT.
StewardshipWherever you live it is important to include plants, animals and special places into your sense of home. These "home places" should make you so comfortable that you feel you belong there. They should lift up your spirits and show you how you are connected with your environment. Find that place and discover its nature. Become a steward of your home place so that it will be there for future generations to enjoy and to learn from as well. - Rolf Anderson
Hazen's Notch Road Conditions: Contact the Town of Montgomery Tel: 802.326.4719.
More Information on hazensnotch.org