This little 2.6 mile loop is in Wolcott and roughly equidistant between Waterbury and Southington. Its said that Abraham Lincoln once walked through one section of this woodland. The trail consists of a right spiralling loop shaped like a Go Cart Track that meanders through a combination of boggy rocky marshland and slightly elevated dense old woodland of Oak, Birch and Hickory. The rolling rocks, lush vegetation and birdsong makes this place very magical.
|Scott Livingston||20m 47s|
|Nicolas Cornell||22m 29s|
|Tobias Tello||45m 40s|
|Sarah (Ports) Connor||21m 38s|
|Debbie Livingston||22m 59s|
|Debbie Livingston||24m 49s|
|Angela Heidgerd||27m 2s|
|Lee-Stuart Evans, Shona Evans||1h 13m 27s|
|Scott Livingston||43m 45s|
|Debbie Livingston||46m 16s|
|Angela Heidgerd||55m 12s|
I have to add that I was chatting about a different topic with friend/hiker/writer David Leff and he mentioned that like the Paugussett Trail, the Finch Brook Trail also has poetry on it. I guess I missed it. You can probably understand why. I'm going to have to return (maybe with our kids) to walk this one!
Check out David's take on poetry and trails from his blog.
...a new Style perhaps?
You need proof that you stopped to recite the poem (out loud). :)