We’ve got no shortage of waterfalls in Connecticut, but when most of us think of these natural wonders, our minds immediately go to towering cascades like the mighty Kent Falls. It’s easy to forget about the much more common tiny waterfalls that dot the landscape, whether you’re in our Quiet Corner or the rolling Litchfield Hills. Today, we’re featuring a moderately difficult hike tucked away in the beautiful Saugatuck Falls Natural Area near Redding. This is a stunningly gorgeous part of the state, and it’s one of the best spots for hiking in Fairfield County. Let’s check out this beautiful trail with a waterfall in Redding, CT.

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Want to learn more about the Saugatuck Falls Natural Area’s great hiking opportunities? Have you taken this trail with a waterfall in Redding, CT? Check out our friends at AllTrails. If you’re a big fan of hiking in Connecticut, you won’t want to skip out on a free trial of AllTrails+. It’s got invaluable benefits that are a must for nature lovers, like downloadable trail maps and turn-by-turn directions so you don’t have to worry about getting lost.

 

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