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Parks und Natur in Litchfield County

Erstklassige Parks

Park
“Experience the scenic, cascading waterfalls in the beautiful Litchfield Hills. Wander across the covered bridge, hike the falls 1/4 mile up along the stair pathway and feel the mist on your face as water rushes 250 feet down into a reflecting pool that joins with the Housatonic River. As you hike the easy, but steep, trail stop along the way to enjoy the many scenic views from three observation decks. A designated Trout Park, Kent Falls offers opportunities for fishing as well as picnicking.”
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Travel Agency
“White Memorial has hundreds of acres of land set aside for the enjoyment of the public. Enjoy endless trails of all degrees of difficulty, the boardwalk which winds through marshes or canoeing, fishing and kayaking on its waterways. ”
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Park
“great place to hike among trees and the river. old tunnels. views for those who go high.”
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Park
“Fishing, swimming, picnicking, and hiking. Plenty to do to spend a whole day here. Hike to the tower and take in the fall colors”
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Park
“Audubon Sharon encompasses four nature sanctuaries and 3,000 acres! It also has an environmental education center and wildlife rehabilitation clinic. Great trails and wildlife! Years ago, I interned here, and did their first breeding bird survey. I identified over 100 species of songbirds on the property.”
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Park
“Beautiful springs and streams run through the 2,300 acre park. The park's exciting terrain has resulted from the slow wearing down of its hard rock formation base. The Blue Trail crosses Cobble Mountain and several other peaks, offering outstanding views of the Catskills and Taconics. ”
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Park
“Really easy hiking , with picnic tables littered about at some magic spots . Bring some wine and cheese, you’ll have a grand old time. ”
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Park
“Trails through the park will lead the walker through centuries of land-use history. Heading northeast from the parking lot the trail utilizes the 1895 Berlin Iron Bridge, one of five remaining in Connecticut, to cross the Housatonic River. Across the bridge the Lovers Leap Trail heads southeast 1,200 feet to the rock formation that gives the park its name. From here, tradition has it, that the Pootatuck Indian Chief Waramaug’s daughter, Princess Lillinonah, and her lover plunged to their deaths. ”
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Spielplätze

Park
“Tennis Courts open to Public. Kayak Launching Point on Housatonic. Skatepark, Playground, and Baseball Field. ”
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Strände

Beach
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Beach
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Wanderwege

Park
“Experience the scenic, cascading waterfalls in the beautiful Litchfield Hills. Wander across the covered bridge, hike the falls 1/4 mile up along the stair pathway and feel the mist on your face as water rushes 250 feet down into a reflecting pool that joins with the Housatonic River. As you hike the easy, but steep, trail stop along the way to enjoy the many scenic views from three observation decks. A designated Trout Park, Kent Falls offers opportunities for fishing as well as picnicking.”
  • Von 43 Einheimischen empfohlen
Brücke
“Spectacular waterfalls, light hiking on flat and easy paths - gorgeous bridge.”
  • Von 9 Einheimischen empfohlen
Wanderweg
“Bear Mountain, is a prominent peak of the southern Taconic Mountains. It lies within the town of Salisbury, Connecticut, in the United States, and is the highest mountain summit in the state of Connecticut at 2,316 feet.”
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Wanderweg
“Walk, Bicycle, Skateboard, roller blade. 13 miles to Wassaic. You can borrow our bicycles and bike rack for your car”
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State / Provincial Park
“Beautiful falls, easily accessible, great place to spend quality time with friends and family.”
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Park
“Lovers Leap is a scenic area with Native American and colonial history! There is an easy 10-15 minute walk across a historic metal pedestrian bridge over a steep gorge and up a wide gravel path to a terrific rocky overlook with a view of Lake Lillinonah and the surrounding countryside. If you've only got time for a quick hike, this is the one to do!”
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Wanderweg
“Beautiful, easy, mostly flat trail for biking, walking, or jogging. Stretches from Cheshire to New Haven. ”
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