Todd Cummings | Hike The Ancient Ones
This Vermont landscape print was created to honor the state’s beloved mountains and hiking trails. Vermont has some of the most iconic and recognizable hiking trails in the world. This print is sure to resonate with hiking enthusiasts creating thoughts of Vermont’s beautiful, rugged, ancient mountain trails.
Our “ancient ones” are most appreciated from the beloved "Long Trail". The Long Trail runs 273 miles through the state of Vermont. It starts at the Massachusetts state line and runs north to the Canada-US border. It runs along the spine of the Green Mountains traversing almost all of the range's major summits, including (from south to north) Glastenbury Mountain, Stratton Mountain, Killington Peak, Mount Abraham, Mount Ellen, Camel's Hump, Mount Mansfield, and Jay Peak., coinciding with the Appalachian Trail (for which it served as the inspiration) for roughly 100 miles in the southern third of the state. Additionally, over 175 miles of side trails complete the Long Trail System.
- 19x13 print only
- Giclee printed on 100lb. white archival paper, ships rolled up in a sturdy tube
- Signed and stamped open edition