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With long frontage on the wild and free-flowing North Branch of the Lamoille River, this 160-acre recreational woodlot is a quiet spot to fish, hunt, establish an off-grid camp and enjoy distant views of the Cold Hollow Mountains. The property is in a scenic part of northern Vermont, with the Green Mountain Range to the east and the Cold Hollow Mountains to the west. The highlight of North Lamoille Forest is 4,100 feet of frontage on the North Branch of the Lamoille River. Along the property, the river flows quickly in most places with pools and eddies forming around rocks in the stream bed. Not only is it a highly scenic river, it is also a great fly fishing spot for trout as the water runs cold year-round.
North Lamoille Forest benefits from 2,850 feet of frontage on Bog Road, a dirt, town-maintained road (not plowed in the winter, however). Overall, the property slopes down from the road frontage to the river. The slope is mostly gentle with a few steeper sections. There are also several areas of level ground. A weekend cabin could be constructed on the property's western side (power is a mile away). The property is primarily forested with several open, wet meadows. These areas will attract deer, moose, certain songbirds and other wildlife. Standing on the large level area in the center of the property, the Cold Hollow Mountains to the northwest are just visible. With clearing, a beautiful view shed could be exposed.
The property hosts a classic northern hardwood and mixed softwoods species profile. Dominant species include yellow birch, red maple and spruce-fir, with lesser quantities of sugar maple, white birch, hemlock and black cherry. A forest management plan from 2010 calls for various thinnings or selective harvests in 2018.
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