Chauncey Peak

Meriden, Connecticut

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From the parking area near the restrooms and caretaker house, walk east through a grassy area in front of Crescent Lake dam. At the far (eastern) end of the dam, a trail blazed with white markers heads left (north), and a blueblazed trail turns right (note the small sign for Chauncey Peak on a tree). Follow the blue blazes into a woodland of elm, maple, black birch, flowering dogwood, and arrowwood. The flowering dogwood is especially beautiful along the south flank of Chauncey Peak, where the blush-colored blossoms brighten spring afternoons.

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"From the parking area near the restrooms and caretaker house, walk east through a grassy area in front of Crescent Lake dam. At the far (eastern) end of the dam, a trail blazed with white markers heads left (north), and a blueblazed trail turns right (note the small sign for Chauncey Peak on a tree). Follow the blue blazes into a woodland of elm, maple, black birch, flowering dogwood, and arrowwood. The flowering dogwood is especially beautiful along the south flank of Chauncey Peak, where the blush-colored blossoms brighten spring afternoons."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Meriden
Distance: 2
Elevation Gain: 377 feet
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 2.0–3.0 hours
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Doctor Francis Giuffrida Park

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Jun 2018