Mile of Ledges and Tory Den Topo Map

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As part of the Bristol public water supply, the area is posted against trespassing, but hikers are welcome. From the metal gate, follow the level gravel tote road, blazed with a yellow dot on blue, and soon pass the junction with blue-blazed Tunxis Trail on the right. Continue straight on the tote road (now Tunxis Trail), passing a pine plantation lush with poison ivy on the right. An arm of 1.3 mile-long Old Marsh Pond soon becomes visible. Planted European larches border the pond, while sugar maple, white ash, red oak, and touchme- not (jewelweed) flank the damp roadsides. When touch-me-not flowers mature into small pods, the slightest touch causes them to split explosively, hurling seeds a surprising distance.
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Bristol, Connecticut

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