Marvel Over Frozen Bridges And Snow-Frosted Rock Formations On This Winter Hike In Connecticut
When the temperatures starts dropping and the snow begins falling, many of us have a tendency to bundle up inside and enjoy indoor activities. However, there’s no need for the outdoor fun to end just because Old Man Winter has arrived! We’ve got so many great winter hikes in Connecticut that are just as fun when the ground’s covered in snow. There’s nothing that’ll warm you up quicker than burning a few calories, and one spot you’re sure to do just that is at Devil’s Den Preserve. This place may have a spooky name, but it’s an absolutely beautiful site that, if anything, looks even better in the winter.
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