Hiking Trails in Connecticut
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Hiking Trails in Connecticut

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Connecticut has 943 hiking trails. These trails range from 0 to 54.5 miles in length. The most popular trails are Bear Mountain Road, Ragged Mountain Preserve Trail and The Weir Preserve. Trails.com member KRISTINA R. recently completed Naugatuck State Forest.
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Bear Mountain Road is a hiking trail in Litchfield County, Connecticut. It is 0.9 miles ...
Located in Berlin, CT. Within this 563-acre open space acquired through the Land and ...
From the parking area on East Street (called Mount Washington Road in Connecticut), near ...
Macedonia Ridge Trail is a hiking trail in Litchfield County, Connecticut. It is within ...
In Lower Paugussett State Forest, on the west shore of Lake Zoar, 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 ...
In Weston and Redding. A broad-swinging loop travels several of the named trails, touring ...
Jesse Gerard Trail (blazed yellow on blue) begins at a sign across the road from the parking ...
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 ...
Metacomet Trail is a hiking trail in Hartford County, Connecticut. It is within Talcott ...
Eight miles NE of New Haven. The two hiking loops chosen to represent this award-winning ...
Tower Trail begins on the left side of the access road, about 1,000 feet from the CT 185 ...
A gazebo at the far end of the lot contains property information. Beaver Pond trailhead, ...
Pine Knob Loop Trail is a hiking trail in Litchfield County, Connecticut. It is 1.7 miles ...
Five miles SW of Manchester. Two circuits explore the park's woods, wetlands, and history, ...
The blue-blazed Metacomet Trail passes over the peaks of the Hanging Hills of Meriden. ...
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. ...
From the pull-off, near a small pond where spring peepers sing in April, head north uphill ...
This walk along the Tunxis Trail begins near the midpoint of Ratlum Road, which begins ...
Five miles south of Haddam. The selected two hikes incorporate most of the forest trail ...
This loop walk begins at a three-rail barway and proceeds into the woods on a wide lane ...
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