Closing The Gap Celebration

Sunday, September 28!
Meet at base of Bemis Hill Rd at 1:30 pm to carpool
to the new trail head.
Call Susan at 869-2071 for more information.

Accessibility Day

Saturday September 20, 10:45 or 11 AM-4 PM

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The new kiosk at Paul’s Ledges.

Accessibility Day 2010


The new kiosk at Paul’s Ledges.

The new kiosk at Paul’s Ledges was installed by, left to
right, Andy Toepfer, creator of the marvelous new maps
at all of the Pinnacle kiosks, and Tony Coven,
Joe Richards, Sarah Waldo, and Silos Roberts.

Spring 2014 Newsletter

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The View from the Pinnacle

The View from the Pinnacle

Welcome to the Windmill Hill Pinnacle Association!

The Pinnacle is the highest and most scenic peak (+/-1683 feet) in Westminster, Vermont. It is located on the Windmill Ridge, straddling the Brookline/Westminster line. The view from the Pinnacle overlooks Hedgehog Gulf in Brookline and westward to Mount Snow and Stratton Mountain, over 20 miles away.

The dream of conserving the Pinnacle developed as a use of the Jamie Latham Memorial Fund, established in November 1991 to honor a young man who had loved this beautiful spot. From this beginning, the Windmill Hill Pinnacle Association was formed. It is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation that has expanded its land-conservation efforts, linked and extended trail systems, inspired dedicated volunteers, and fostered effective partnerships.

Pinnacle lands — with the inclusion of additions in the Bald Hill and Athens Dome areas — now consist of 1,808 +/- acres in Rockingham, Athens, Grafton, Brookline, and Westminster. These publicly-accessible lands include a 20-mile hiking trail system and wildlife sanctuary.

We invite you to experience these beautiful places, help us protect these special habitats, and introduce these lands to others through our recreational and educational programs.  As you investigate our website and learn more, we hope you will become an ardent supporter of the Pinnacle Association and our important conservation work.