Squantz Pond Topo Map

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This is a wonderful walk through beautiful Pootatuck State Forest. There are many side trails along the route to explore. You needn’t worry about getting lost: The pond is always visible, and you have only to walk toward the water to pick up the main trail that parallels the shoreline. Before investigating any side trails, it would be advisable to stay on the main path past two other streams, the last of which is about 1.5 miles from the picnic area. From the third stream the trail is less trodden but nevertheless visible and easy to follow to a small peninsula with an unobstructed view of the entire waters. The trail is strewn with huge boulders, tumbled helter-skelter from the high and massive rocky ridge that rises almost directly from the pond’s edge to a height of more than 400 feet. A loop trail to Council Rock is worthy of an afternoon expedition, or choose a more strenuous route to Lookout Point. Depending on the amount of time and energy you have to spend, explore the streams and side trails, where numerous caves can be found.
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New Fairfield, Connecticut

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Mar 2018