Snake Mountain is a large island of forested habitat amongst the farmlands of Addison County. The woods at the base of the mountain produce blue-winged and golden-winged warblers. The summit offers good opportunities for hawk watching in September as well as stunning views of the Champlain Valley.

The mountain summit can be accessed from either the east or west. From the east/Weybridge side, there is a parking area and trail on the west side of Snake Mountain Rd. between Prunier Rd. and Forest Rd. From the west/Addison side, the parking area is on Mountain Rd. near the intersection of Wilmarth Rd, with the trail located directly opposite Wilmarth Rd. The cliffs visible from this parking area often host nesting peregrine falcons.

Snake Mountain WMA IBA eBird Checklist