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Page Forest

The property is located high on the Sterling Range in the Green Mountains. Several trails that are part of a more extensive network in Sterling Valley traverse the Page Forest including the Catamount Trail, Marston Trail, and Lauren’s Loop. After being managed for timberland for almost 70 years, the property now provides a source of public recreational land and wildlife habitat. More information on trails crossing the property can be found on the Sterling Forest Trail Map

Public Access

The property may be accessed through adjacent lands via the extensive network of hiking and cross country ski trails in Sterling Valley. Visitors should park in the Sterling Gorge parking area on Sterling Gorge Road. 

Trail Maps


From the intersection of Route 100 and Route 108 in Stowe, travel north on Route 100 for 0.8 miles and turn left onto West Hill Road. Travel 2.2 miles and continue on West Hill at the sharp right turn where West Hill merges with Percy Hill Road. Continue on West Hill Road to the intersection with Moren Loop. Turn left onto Moren Loop and follow to the intersection with Sterling Valley Road. Turn left on Sterling Valley Road and continue until the left turn for Sterling Gorge Road. Park in the lot to the right of the road before the bridge.


  • 99 acres
  • Owned by Stowe Land Trust
  • Conserved in 1997
  • Sterling Valley, Stowe

Farming, logging and recreation have been the principle uses of the property since the late 1700's. Excerpt from 1996 management plan

Would you like to know which uses are allowed on SLT-owned lands or make a request to use this property for a group outing, tour, or event? Check out our visitor information page or online Use Request Form.