Take These 9 Fantastic Fall Hikes In Connecticut To Get Your Leaf-Peeping Fix
Autumn is a long-time favorite time for hiking. The air is cool, bugs are less pesky, and the scenery transforms from lush green to a kaleidoscope of vibrant color. If you want to make the most out of this fall foliage season, you’ll need to gear up soon, the leaves are predicted to be at their brightest between September 30th – October 20th in Connecticut. Here are nine leaf-peeping hikes that are guaranteed to grant you some pretty spectacular views.
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Where are your favorite places for leaf-peeping hikes in Connecticut? Share them in the comments section below or in our Connecticut Nature Lovers Group on Facebook. We can’t wait to hear your recommendations and see your photos!