There are no car horns blowing on this pleasant 5-mile loop--just the therapeutic hum of mountain streams and a peaceful lake in the woods.
Tag three mountains, including the highest point in Connecticut, on this 12.1-mile hike in Mt. Washington State Forest. Attractions include: pretty streamside camping, spectacular ridgeline hiking, fine mountain views, and a bounty of blueberries. Caution: Keep an eye out for rattlesnakes.
A challenging hike through some narrow rock scrambles, up steep cliffs, and various other assorted tight spaces with outstanding views of the Lower Hudon and Roundout Valleys as a payoff.