The Westway Through Six Preserves


Sat. Jun 1

09:30 am


12:15 pm

4.6 miles

Open Event

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Hike Redding’s longest “long trail” skewering (as the Book of Trails puts it) three open space properties of the Land Trust, two Town tracts, and a preserve owned by the Connecticut Audubon Society. Hike 4.6 miles over moderate terrain with some road walking to connect preserves. Good footwear needed for several wet portions, a steeper section, and several stream crossings where trekking poles will be useful. Bring water and maybe a snack. This is a one-way hike and requires car spotting /pooling.

Event Leader(s)

Stuart Green

(203) 216-9584

Rain Date

Rain or Shine

Organization Partners

Redding Conservation Commission

Redding Land Trust

Meeting Location Details

Scott Preserve, Peaceable Street, Redding, CT

41°16’04.0″N 73°25’52.3″W

Meet promptly at the Peaceable Street entrance to the Scott Preserve on the north side of the street and west of the power station. (This is opposite #32 a private residence.) We’ll leave a few cars there and carpool to Charlie Hill Rd just south of Marchant Rd to start the hike on the Blackman’s Brook Trail.

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No Dogs Permitted