Trapp Road in Huntington, VT leads to one of the more peaceful and beautiful settings in Chittenden County. The 237 acres of land that includes high open hayfields rolling into wooded hillsides to the crystal clear ramblings of Cobb Brook. From the south field one has a truly breath-taking view of Camels Hump Mountain, Vermont's third-highest mountain and highest undeveloped peak. Because of its distinctive profile, it is perhaps the state's most recognized mountain and part of the spine of the Green Mountain range. At the end of Trapp Road overlooking the acreage is a mid 1800’s post and beam barn and a small farm house. Not far beyond the land is the Green Mountain National Forest which was established in 1932, and consists of 399,151 acres (1,615.31 km2); and is the largest contiguous land mass in the state. Hiking, horseback riding and any variety of outdoor activities can be found on or near this magnificent land parcel. Trapp Road is 14 miles to Middlebury, 24 miles to Burlington, 11 miles to Mad River Ski area and 18 miles to Sugarbush. Local services and shopping is 12 miles at Hinesburg Village.