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Title: AMC's Best Day Hikes in Connecticut: Four-Season Guide to 50 of the Best Trails
Author: Rene Laubach Year: 2007
Publisher: Appalachian Mountain Club Books

This new guide from the experts at the Appalachian Mountain Club leads beginner and experienced hikers alike along 50 of Connecticut’s most spectacular trails, from short family nature walks to long day hikes that reward with magnificent views. Inside, readers will find 50 detailed trail descriptions with maps, Nature Notes on the region’s flora and fauna, and more. Readers will also learn the best trails for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, and find other opportunities for outdoor adventure. AMC’s Best Day Hikes in Connecticut is an essential four-season reference for visitors and locals, new and experienced hikers, and everyone in between who wants to explore the state’s hidden pockets of wilderness.


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