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BEST DAY HIKES CONNECTICUT 3RD EDITION

Four-Season Guide to 50 of the Best Trails, from the Highlands to the Coast

AMC's Best Day Hikes in Connecticut. Includes sections of the Appalachian Trail to the west and oceanside walks along the coast.

Author(s)

Charles W. G. Smith, René Laubach

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AMC's Best Day Hikes in Connecticut takes you through 50 of the best hikes for all skill levels across the state. Ideal for families, tourists, and locals alike, this easy-to-use guide helps you explore both tucked-away gems and regional favorites, including sections of the Appalachian Trail in the west and oceanside walks along the coast. A comprehensive revision of the previous editions, this title also includes new hikes, such as Zoar Trail, Ragged Mountain, Bafflin Sanctuary, Case Mountain, and Nyantaquit Loop Trail. All descriptions of previously featured trails have been updated to reflect the most recent expansions and re-routings, highlighting the best hikes statewide.

Additional Information

Author Charles W. G. Smith, René Laubach
About the Author René Laubach, the director of Mass Audubon’s Berkshire Wildlife Sanctuaries, has led tours in the United States and internationally. He has authored many books, including AMC’s Best Day Hikes in the Berkshires. Charles W.G. Smith was the author of eleven books and many articles on natural history, outdoor recreation, and gardening. He was named conservationist of the year in 2004 by the Housatonic Valley Association. Charles dedicated his life to the enjoyment and preservation of natural places.
Region Connecticut
Activity Backpacking, Camping, Family, Hiking
Edition 3RD
Dimensions 6X9
ISBN-13 9781628420708

About the Author

René Laubach, the director of Mass Audubon’s Berkshire Wildlife Sanctuaries, has led tours in the United States and internationally. He has authored many books, including AMC’s Best Day Hikes in the Berkshires. Charles W.G. Smith was the author of eleven books and many articles on natural history, outdoor recreation, and gardening. He was named conservationist of the year in 2004 by the Housatonic Valley Association. Charles dedicated his life to the enjoyment and preservation of natural places.