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Mohawk State Forest, Cornwall

#4 of 6 in Winter Sports in Connecticut
Ski Area · State Park
Mohawk State Forest, also known as Mohawk State Forest/Mohawk Mountain State Park, encompasses over 4,000 acres (1,600 ha) in the towns of Cornwall, Goshen, and Litchfield in the southern Berkshires of Litchfield County, Connecticut. As overseen by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, the area is used for hiking, picnicking, and winter sports by the public, while being actively managed to produce timber and other forest products.
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  • Excellent place for hiking or walks. Some decent trails for cross country skiing. Quiet and great views at the top. Nice place to take visitors.  more »
  • We used to hike in the Mohawk State Forest, it's a very scenic area in Northwest CT, with a good variety of hiking trails.
  • Great hiking!

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