Burlington Taine Mountain Hike

Educational Walk Hike

Sun. Jun 5

01:00 pm


03:30 pm

2.9 miles

17 Open Spots

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Join us for a hike on the Taine Mountain parcel of Burlington’s 300 acres of preserved open space.  Hikers will follow various sections of the Tunxis Trail system with views and a Boy Scout trail with birding area. Flowers of the season & mixed forest types can be seen with varied terrain & some steep areas. Hikers will also learn about the three landowners that had the vision to preserve this magical spot.

Event Leader(s)

Karen M Geitz

(860) 673-0340

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Meeting Location Details

From junction of Routes 4 and 69 in the center of Burlington, go on Route 4 East for 2.2 miles. Take a right on Punch Brook. At the first stop sign, turn left on Taine Mountain Rd. Go .6 miles and turn right on Ventres Way. Meet at cul-de-sac.

Click on the red map pin for the event address.

CFPA Blue-Blazed Hiking Trail

No Dogs Permitted