Fort Ticonderoga covers 2000 acres of pristine land in the gateway to the Adirondacks. Hiking trails allow visitors to explore the natural and historic diversity of the landscape. A journey 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 become immersed in the place where empires clashed to decide the destiny of a continent. The trail begins and ends outside of the Log House Welcome Center picnic area.