This loop hike goes by a scenic pond and the ruins of an historic portable sawmill and reaches a viewpoint over a nearby reservoir.

41.236938, -73.395813

This 1,700-acre preserve is the largest nature preserve in southwestern Connecticut. The system used to blaze the trails in the preserve differs from standard Trail Conference practice in that the color of the blaze designates only a category of trail use and does not distinguish one trail from another. Red-blazed trails are for hiking and cross-country skiing; yellow-blazed trails are hiking-...

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