Looking in the map, choosing the road into Somerset Reservoir looked to be always a challenge as it’s marked as about 10 kilometers of unpaved road.
I experienced driven VT 9 on a few occasions and you will find numerous dirt that is unmarked crossing the street. From the good part, I became thinking i mightnot have much watercraft traffic with this approximately 8.5 mile long pond (really much larger than the 8.5 mile longest size would recommend as there are two main fingers and a large amount of river estuary on both hands.
The dirt road described was at definitely better shape than we expected as with places it had been paved. Locating the road (Road 71) had been a little tricky as there are not any markings on Route 9 across the road. The way that is best to obtain the entrance would be to count down 2.1 kilometers due east on VT Rt 9 after VT Route 8 cuts off towards the south between Bennington, Vermont and Wilmington, Vermont. You can findn’t a lot of confusing points from the rural road before the final couple kilometers where in actuality the road seems to set off towards the markedly that is left. Alternatively, make the turn that is rightthere is certainly an “Apples for Wildlife” indication) plus in about 2 kilometers the street comes to an end during the kayak launch simply through the sailing launch.