Chatfield Trail/Cockaponset State Forest Topo Map

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Walk across CT 80 (use caution) to where the blue blazes of Chatfield Trail begin. Cross the footbridge and bear right. Parallel CT 80 for about 0.3 mile, and then turn left to continue on the blue-blazed trail. The trail leads over a rocky old forest road paralleling a stony brook bed. To the left, a ledge outcrop appears—the first of many. Forest dominants include yellow birch, red oak, and sugar maple. Witch hazel and evergreen mountain laurel are common shrubs. After 200 feet, leave the old road and head left up toward the gneiss ledge. Pass the outcrop’s end and climb into woodland of American beech and chestnut oak. Here, the shrubs are sweet pepperbush and highbush blueberry, soon joined by huckleberry and maple-leaf viburnum.
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Clinton, Connecticut

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