Boston Kayaker

Kayaking on Lake Willoughby - in Greensboro VT

Rating: Three-and-a-Half Stars - The view was faboulous with Lake Willoughby between the twin mountains Mounts Hor and Pisgah. For our trip, we started at the south end and we paddled one-way to the north. Be prepared for the occassional nudist!

  Put in at south beach on
  Route 6A in Westmore VT.
Take out at north beach on
  Route 16 in Westmore VT.
Estimated round trip
  distance = 11 miles
Lake Willoughby
Willoughby State
Mount Pisgah
  lakeside cliffs
  Westmore town ramp
  - alternate put in spot
West Cove Beach and "The Ledges"
  - clothing optional

Disclaimer: It is your responsibility to determine the legality, suitability and safety of this route for yourself.

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Matthew Webb: Lake Willoughby Kayak Trip Report
LakeLubbers: Lake Willoughby
NorthStar Host: Lake Willoughby

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Going south on Route 6A, magnificent view of the Lake Willoughby and mountains in Westmore VT.
Trip date is July 2013.

At the south end beach of Lake Willoughby.

Lake Willoughby from the south end.

The Boston Kayaker and wife just launched on Lake Willoughby on a tandem kayak.

Heading to the west side to have a look . . .

Mount Hor background on the west bank.

We turned around a bit to now paddle along the east coast.
Facing east, the cliffs of Mount Pisqah on the east bank.

Mount Hor on the west side.

A loon on Lake Willoughby.

Our son sitting on a rock and our van parked on the road.
He has the task of waiting for us to get our pictures.

Picture from my son's camera from the east bank on Route 6A.

A small water fall into Lake Willoughby.

Paddling north on Lake Willoughby, Route 6A on the right side.

Another road side water falls.

I can see our brown van parked on the road side.
Our son must be there.

The Boston Kayaker's son.

Wake from the fast boat.

Looking back south.

Landed on the north end of Lake Willoughby.

Lake Willoughby looking south from the north end beach.