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Talcott Mountain State Park

Rte. 185, Simsbury, CT
+1 860-424-3200
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Great hike

Great hike with beautiful views! We plan on returning when the tower opens for the season. It was... read more

Reviewed February 7, 2016
murph09
,
MA
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nice spot to visit in CT

Very pretty place to visit near Avon, Simsbury, Bloomfield CT. The tower has a nice observation... read more

Reviewed January 17, 2016
freudson111
,
connecticut
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Rte. 185, Simsbury, CT
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Reviewed February 7, 2016 via mobile

Great hike with beautiful views! We plan on returning when the tower opens for the season. It was very peaceful and pretty with the snow but we would certainly love to see what else the park has to offer.

Thank murph09
Reviewed January 17, 2016

Very pretty place to visit near Avon, Simsbury, Bloomfield CT. The tower has a nice observation deck and small museum, park is very nice with few nice spots for picture perfect views of the Farmington Valley.

Thank freudson111
Reviewed January 13, 2016

PACKED in prime season but a great spot, beautiful trails and views, can see Hartford on a clear day, parking is a bit limited - park along road/paths

Thank Berry8183
Reviewed December 17, 2015

Walk up takes an hour up and 1/2 that going down. First part of hike fairly good ascent for 20 minutes, then path widens and levels off and becomes a casual walk to tower. Go nearer to edge of cliff for fantastic view at viewing...More

1  Thank Anne M
Reviewed November 25, 2015

A easy and enjoyable hike in the region if you're up to going. I would recommend the morning or afternoon as there is a perfect view of the sunset or sunrise that overlooks the various towns of the region. In the summer, you have the...More

Thank Travelamatus
Reviewed November 22, 2015

Nice little hike (pretty steep in some areas) up to the Hublein Tower. We visited on a beautiful Fall weekend, and the views were great. A bit crowded on the trail due to it being a holiday weekend. Be sure to wear appropriate footwear.

Thank Patricia H
Reviewed November 16, 2015

I'm 60 years old and I decided to try this even after hearing all the warnings of it being a climb. I was a bit nervous because I have a heart condition. It was not super easy but it also was not that difficult. I...More

Thank Katsback
Reviewed November 12, 2015

As others have said, hike is a bit tough at the startf for little ones but the pay off is great. One of our favorite hikes in CT.

Thank Tony S
Reviewed November 11, 2015 via mobile

Great hike! Initial climb is a bit tough but even my little one can do it. Once to the top it is a fairly flat hike thru the woods to the tower. You can get up and down in about 2 hours or so. Parking...More

Thank gofish2
Reviewed November 9, 2015

Loved hiking up the mountain at the park. Beautiful views of the area and especially gorgeous in fall.

Thank lbw57
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supriya1980
October 11, 2016|
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Response from marilynrick | Reviewed this property |
leaf peeping sept oct. not great this year but nice place to go anyway. yes there is parting
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