Fort Ticonderoga covers nearly 2,000 acres of pristine land in the gateway to the Adirondacks. Trails allow visitors to explore the natural and historic diversity of the landscape. Exploring the site on foot allows for a unique and intimate appreciation for how the land shaped, and was shaped, by the generations who passed before.
The Carillon Battlefield Trail offers a 1.7 mile loop through one of the most important battlefields in North America. Pick up a trail guide at the Log House and explore where empires clashed to decide the destiny of a continent. The trail begins and ends outside of the Log House Welcome Center picnic area.