Trip report

Hike McLean Game Refuge

Hiking/Walk DATE: 11/12/2011 - 11/12/2011

Trip/Event Location: Granby, CT
US

Trip Leader(s):

Max # People: 12

Trip Guiding / Event Fee: No, I will not be asking participants for money

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Main features include: Barn Door Hills, grass fields, Bissell Brook, Salmon Brook, Trout Pond and Trout Pond Cabin. Pack water and munchies. McLean Game Refuge was created by the will of Senator
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Driving directions to the location and spot to meet at:
The main entrance to the Game Refuge is located on Route 10/202 in Granby, CT:
From Route 91 (north or south bound)
Take exit 40 (Bradley International Airport). Follow the signs for East Granby/Granby (Route 20 west). At the traffic light in Granby center, turn left (south) on Route 10/202. The Game Refuge will be on your right approximately one mile south of Granby center.
From points to the south (Simsbury, Avon, Farmington CT)
Travel north on Route 10/202. The Game Refuge will be on your left approximately one mile south of Granby center.
From points to the north (Southwick, Westfield MA)
Travel south on Route 10/202. The Game Refuge will be on your right approximately one mile south of Granby Center.

Trip Report/Photos
Featured Photo

Trees downed from the recent snow storms turned the trall into an obstacle course.  The team rolled with the punches and we bushwhacked 5.6 miles of the 8 miles we had orginally planned to walk.  It was fun!  Lunch at Rancho Viejo after the hike was well deserved. 

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Members That Participated

barabas7

Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate


Coventry, CT


United States
richardc

Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate to Strenuous


Danbury, CT


United States
ArchE01

Outdoor Fitness Level: Easy to Moderate


Meriden, CT


United States
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