Climb To The Top Of Mount Frissell In Connecticut And You Can See All The Way To Massachusetts

Mount Frissell straddles the border between southwest Massachusetts and northwest Connecticut. It is in the Taconic Mountains, a range of the Appalachian Mountains that spans four states. At 2,479 feet above sea level, it is the tallest point in the Constitution State. The southern side of the mountain is in Riga Mountain Forest Preview in Connecticut. The refuge features a variety of trails, one of the most popular of which will take you right to the mountain’s summit.


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For more information about the beautiful hike to Mount Frissell’s summit, check out Alltrails.
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