Hiking Trails in Connecticut
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Hiking Trails in Connecticut

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Connecticut has 828 hiking trails. These trails range from 0 to 54.5 miles in length. The most popular trails are Bear Mountain Road, The Weir Preserve and Mount Frissell. Trails.com member Kevin B. recently completed McLean Game Refuge Trail.
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Bear Mountain Road is a hiking trail in Litchfield County, Connecticut. It is 0.9 miles ...
At 761 feet, Ragged Mountain in central Connecticut forms one of the most dramatic of ...
Three scenic summits in three separate states showcase this sojourn that starts in southwesternMassachusetts. ...
Macedonia Ridge Trail is a hiking trail in Litchfield County, Connecticut. It is within ...
On the west shore of Lake Zoar in Lower Paugussett State Forest, this blue-blazed loop ...
Enter the preserve, owned by the Weir Farm Art Center—a private, nonprofit organization ...
From the northeast corner of the parking area, follow the gravel path north through a ...
Jesse Gerard Trail (blazed yellow on blue) begins at a sign across the road from the parking ...
In its 455 acres this wildlife management area (WMA) demonstrates various land management ...
From the parking lot, proceed north across CT 219, step over the cable guardrail, and ...
From the parking lot, follow the light-blue-blazed Wolcott Trail—named for the Civilian ...
As part of the Bristol public water supply, the area is posted against trespassing, but ...
This hike takes place at one of Connecticut’s most treasured state parks. You will follow ...
Metacomet Trail is a hiking trail in Hartford County, Connecticut. It is within Talcott ...
This park has rugged sections along its network of hiking and bridle paths set upon abandoned ...
Pine Knob Loop Trail is a hiking trail in Litchfield County, Connecticut. It is 1.7 miles ...
Centerpiece to this Connecticut state park, 88-acre Burr Pond dazzles travelers with its ...
Little is known about the peculiar man for whom this cave is named. He was said to be ...
From atop the tower at Castle Craig, you will be able to see the Sleeping Giant hills ...
Kettletown State Park Miller Trail is a hiking trail in New Haven County, Connecticut. ...
Bear Rock is located within a section of the Conkaponset State Forest along the Mattabesett ...
In south-central Connecticut, this state forest offers a tranquil woods retreat and access ...
This hike explores Connecticut’s last vestige of undeveloped coast—an 800-acre wooded ...
From the parking area, the well-delineated and blue-blazed Narragansett Trail immediately ...
This loop walk begins at a three-rail barway and proceeds into the woods on a wide lane ...
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