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A wonderful winding road thru the Green Mountains

We drove through in late September without a plan or a worry, we say a turn in Warren and took the... read more

Reviewed 25 September 2017
JBMartiniguy
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Hartford, Connecticut
Lincoln Gap

Mile long 22-25% grade through winding road - very special drive. I went from Warren to Lincoln... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2016
Elizabeth G
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Scenic road from the town of Lincoln to Warren, from which you can access both short and long hikes.
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25 Sep 2017
“A wonderful winding road thru the Green Mountains”
16 Aug 2016
“Lincoln Gap”
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Reviewed 25 September 2017

We drove through in late September without a plan or a worry, we say a turn in Warren and took the chance that it might be the causal fun drive we were looking for...and indeed it was. Although the road is not paved in many...More

1  Thank JBMartiniguy
Reviewed 16 August 2016

Mile long 22-25% grade through winding road - very special drive. I went from Warren to Lincoln, stayed in Lincoln, which is a wonderful little town.

1  Thank Elizabeth G
Reviewed 13 October 2015

Got the information about Lincoln Gap Road from New England Fall Foliage on Facebook. There were spotters who were reporting where fall colors were. The road does go from paved to unpaved (but not bad) at times and you do have to be careful of...More

2  Thank Calitraveler36
Reviewed 6 September 2015

I did Lincoln and App gap today, and while I look forward to it again, I'll bring a lower gear. It tips up to about 20pct and stays there. No matter how much wishing there is no mercy in this climb...loved every leg wrenching inch...More

1  Thank Roadie802
Reviewed 16 May 2013

Just make sure vehicle will stay cool enough going up a challenging hill and your brakes are in good shape for the ride down the other side. Note- this road is closed in the winter, by early May it still had closed signs to the...More

4  Thank NeedSomeSunNow
Reviewed 30 March 2013

Lincoln Gap is a beautiful, twisting, steep, and slow-paced backroad gem right in the heart of the Green Mountains. Easy access from Route 100 in Warren or Route 116/17 in Bristol. Some parts of the road are still dirt, which makes it that much more...More

8  Thank sierralu
Reviewed 20 March 2013

I might be slightly biased because I live in Lincoln, but I have traveled all over the United States, and Lincoln Gap is an incredibly scenic and fun road!! Plus, I'm not sure that I've been on a steeper mountain pass... Go slow, as the...More

4  Thank jbuker
Reviewed 11 July 2012

The Lincoln gap is a fun stretch of (still mostly) dirt road... which can be a whole lot of fun on a motorcycle! If you are into hiking, there is a parking lot at the top of the gap that allows you to hike on...More

1  Thank Michelt_13
Reviewed 21 October 2009

We took Lincoln Gap Road between Warren and Lincoln on October 10, 2009 and the color was awesome. Since it is such a narrow road, the trees completely enveloped us with dazzling color. A little slice of heaven in Vermont.

4  Thank floridamom1
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