Devil's Den Preserve

Weston, Connecticut 6883

Devil's Den Preserve

Devil's Den Preserve Professional Review and Guide

"Lots of history can be seen at sites along this trail if you pay attention. The mill pond and portable sawmill can’t be missed with well-marked, descriptive signage throughout this remote preserve, which is part of the largest contiguous parcel of open space in Fairfield County.

This route begins with climbing a hill through dense laurel
with a house directly to your left through the trees. As the
laurel thins, you’ll see stone walls crisscrossing amidst mid-
growth beech, oak, and black birch. Cross over a swift-moving brook on a wooden bridge wide enough for a small vehicle to pass over at 0.39 mile. As soon as the trail makes an abrupt left shortly after this bridge, its name changes to the Godfrey Trail."

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"Established in 1966 by Weston resident Katherine Ordway, the Nature Conservancy protects these 1,756 acres of crucial forested habitat for wildlife and a place of solitude for humanity. Enjoy this loop hike as you walk over rocky ridges to a scenic overlook."

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Trail Information

Weston
Nearby City
5.09
Distance
411 feet
Elevation Gain
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
2.5 hours
Duration
March through November
Season
TOPO! New England
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Oct 2018