Roosevelt Forest
Yellow Trail
 
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The Yellow Trail crosses over the pipeline trail twice.  It links to the Blue Trail and to the Red Trail.  The Yellow Trail is the trail along which you're most likely to spot deer.  It also passes by a beautiful shallow pool.
0.59 Miles
 
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Blue trail from parking lot leading to Yellow
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Yellow marker on tree along trail
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Trees along the way & yellow marker on tree
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More yellow markers along trail
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Deer spotted on either side of trail at this point
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Large rock outcropping at top of ascent
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Yellow trail breaks to the left
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Along the trail prior to the pipeline clearing
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Large rock formation along the trail
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More yellow markers on the trail
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Trail ascends for a few feet
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Further along the Yellow trail
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Pipeline clearing northbound
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Yellow trail splits to left; Fox trail right
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Trail ascends uphill for a few yards
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Fallen logs on trail
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Roosevelt Forest, Stratford, Fairfield County, Connecticut USA