Snowshoeing Trails in Connecticut
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Snowshoeing Trails in Connecticut

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1 - 54 mi
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Connecticut has 18 snowshoeing trails. These trails range from 1 to 54.5 miles in length. The most popular trails are Appalachian Trail, Mount Algo and Indian Rock Trail and Devil's Den Preserve Trail. Trails.com member Kevin B. recently completed McLean Game Refuge Trail.
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In colonial times the Day family created a pond to provide water for a sawmill, where ...
Stroll under willow trees and cottonwoods along one stretch of a river that flows to the ...
At 4,446 acres, the McLean Game Refuge is one of the largest parcels of conservation land, ...
This 3,000-acre forest, purchased by public subscription in the 1920s, stretches east ...
Appalachian Trail is a hiking trail in Connecticut and New York. It is within Pawling ...
Naugatuck Trail is a hiking trail in New Haven County, Connecticut. It is a mile long ...
See gorges, reservoir vistas, and historic artifacts in this grand loop through one of ...
This premier Connecticut Nature Conservancy property wears the full name Lucius Pond Ordway/Devil’s ...
Enter maple/ash/oak woods and walk through a gap in an old stone wall to a kiosk, where ...
This hike passes through impressive pine groves, wooded marsh, and several wide open and ...
Lots of history can be seen at sites along this trail if you pay attention. The mill pond ...
Go down to a beautiful cascade, then up to spectacular views over Connecticut’s largest ...
Enjoy this walk through the hemlocks along the Housatonic River. There are many hikes ...
From the trailhead up to the right, at the sign for yellow-blazed Silica Mine Trail, follow ...
This loop trail on a 1,850-acre Nature Conservancy composite of parcels wends through ...
This is a wonderful destination for families with children, featuring excellent panoramic ...
This hike takes you from the Housatonic River Valley, up fairly steeply over the wooded ...
Three miles north of Sharon. Two hikes stitch together several named trails, exploring ...
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