Roosevelt Forest
Green Trail
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The Green Trail is the "wet" trail though the forest.  All the wetlands are located along the forest trail.  Additionally, the trail crosses over a couple of streams and some scenic bridges.  The trail winds up and down through a very long mountain laurel forest.  The trail includes the pipeline in part of its length.  The green trail is truly one of the most scenic trails.
1.28 Miles
 
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Beginning of Green trail off Peters Lane

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Some of the rock formations along trail

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Wetlands marker

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More rock formations

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Wetlands

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Stream along trail

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Bridge over stream

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Stream runs under bridge

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Rock wall runs up hillside

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Wetland area

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Mountain laurel along trail

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Bridge to Scout camp

Roosevelt Forest, Stratford, Fairfield County, Connecticut USA