Hubbard Brook Preserve Middletown CT

Hike the 3 trails at Hubbard Brook Preserve Middletown. The longest trail is one mile and the other two are about ½ mile each. There is a lot to see here. Two of the trails are a loop and fairly easy to hike and the other climbs to a peak where you over look the CT river, this one is a little more difficult to climb and the view from there is nice. Below are the GPS stats and a Video I made of this hike.. Read more about this place here.. http://www.ctwoodlands.org/land-conservation/cfpa-protected-properties/hubbard-brook-preserve

Name: Track 326
Date: Apr 29, 2015 10:35 am
Map: http://gps.motionx.com/maps/08d2a1e0d84f3ac4a185455ae306125d
(valid until Oct 26, 2015) View on Map
Distance: 0.99 miles
Elapsed Time: 1:02:09
Avg Speed: 1.0 mph
Max Speed: 3.8 mph

Name: Track 327
Date: Apr 30, 2015 11:29 am
Map: http://gps.motionx.com/maps/ab4aa6bee51a59c3e4b5202fae7514a0
(valid until Oct 27, 2015) View on Map
Distance: 0.87 miles
Elapsed Time: 34:22.7
Avg Speed: 1.5 mph
Max Speed: 3.2 mph
Avg Pace: 39′ 29″ per mile
Min Altitude: 106 ft
Max Altitude: 295 ft

Name: Track 328
Date: Apr 30, 2015 12:13 pm
Map: http://gps.motionx.com/maps/ab4aa6bee51a59c3e4b5202fae7d57b8
(valid until Oct 27, 2015) View on Map
Distance: 0.64 miles
Elapsed Time: 22:40.5
Avg Speed: 1.7 mph
Max Speed: 3.9 mph
Avg Pace: 35′ 42″ per mile
Min Altitude: 19 ft
Max Altitude: 121 ft

Spring in Connecticut April 2015

I had a little time on April 24, 2015,  to survey the situation after this tough winter we had..  Most of the snow has melted and the streams are all flowing hard and the lakes are full.. It’s been colder that normal for April so spring is slow coming and the trees are just starting to bud.  H