7 edition of The traveler"s guide to western New England and the Connecticut River Valley found in the catalog.
The traveler"s guide to western New England and the Connecticut River Valley
|Statement||Tim Mulligan ; illustrations by Stan Skardinski.|
|LC Classifications||F2.3 .M78 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 281 p. :|
|Number of Pages||281|
|LC Control Number||93044734|
The Valley Book is an upscale magazine style resource providing the Avon, Simsbury, Granby, Farmington and Canton areas of Connecticut with information about community events, schools, movie listings, restaurants, shopping, real estate and business. Connecticut, the southernmost New England state, is bounded by Long Island Sound on the south, Rhode Island on the east, New York State on the west, and Massachusetts on the north. The finger-like extension of Fairfield Country is an easy drive to and from New York City.
The Connecticut River is the longest river in the New England region of the United States, flowing roughly southward for miles ( km) through four rises at the U.S. border with Quebec, Canada, and discharges at Long Island Sound. Its watershed encompasses five U.S. states and one Canadian province, 11, square miles (29, km 2) via tributaries, Cities: Springfield, Massachusetts, . Discover classic New England charm when you plan a vacation in the Connecticut River Valley. Boasting beautiful scenery at any time of year, this dynamic region blends quiet rural landscapes with vibrant urban activities. At the heart of the Connecticut River Valley is Hartford, the capital city of the state founded in
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The Traveler's Guide to Western New England and the Connecticut River Valley [Mulligan, Tim] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Traveler's Guide to Western New England and the Connecticut River ValleyAuthor: Tim Mulligan.
Tim Mulligan is an (almost) lifelong New Yorker. He was educated at Phillips Academy, Andover, Yale University and the University of Paris.
He has been both an editor and writer for several national magazines and is also the author of The Traveler s Guide to Western New England and the Connecticut River Valley and Virginia: A History and Guide/5(16). The traveler's guide to western New England and the Connecticut River Valley: Vermont, New Hampshire, Western Massachusetts, and Connecticut Author: Tim Mulligan.
Explore Connecticut River Valley holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | The Connecticut River, New England's longest, flows southwards for miles from its humble source at Fourth Connecticut Lake, just yards from the Canadian border in New Hampshire.
Connecticut River Valley CT River Valley  [ is in the New England states of Connecticut Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont, in the US.
It features the Knowledge Corridor region surrounding the Connecticut River's two largest. The Connecticut River Byway Travel with us along New England’s Great River The Connecticut River is the natural bridge that unites New Hampshire and Vermont for over half of the waterway’s mile journey from the Canadian border to the Atlantic Ocean.
Connecticut River Byway Interactive Map & Travel Guide. Click here to visit the complete Interactive Map Website. Connecticut River Valley CT River Valley is in the New England states of Connecticut Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont, in the US.
It features the Knowledge Corridor region surrounding the Connecticut River's two largest. The Official Connecticut Visitors Guide is packed with enough ideas, experiences and getaways to make any vacation “revolutionary.” View or download the Visitors Guide now.
To request a printed copy of the Mystic Country guide, please fill out the fields below and click submit. With hundreds of access points and over 50 primitive campsites, the Connecticut River provides a unique experience to paddle through the heart of New England. The Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail is a series of primitive campsites and river access points from its headwaters in New Hampshire’s Great North Woods south to Long Island Sound.
The Connecticut River valley in western New England is an area of lowlands in between ills on both its west and east sides. During the fall and winter, the river valley will most likely be cooler then the surrounding hill towns. Discover New England is the official tourism site for the New England states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island.
Discover New England. New England — the birthplace of America — is filled with rich history, cultural attractions, fascinating cities, scenic villages, and outdoor adventures at every turn. J.A. Skinner State Park in Hadley offers access points to the New England National Scenic Trail, a mile hiking trail with sections in Massachusetts and Connecticut.
At the peak of Mount Holyoke, which is in the park, you are free to explore The Summit House, a 19th-century hotel that was one of the region’s first tourist attractions.
The Connecticut River, New England's longest, is the boundary between New Hampshire and Vermont. The Upper Connecticut River Valley extends from Brattleboro, VT, in the south to Woodsville, NH, in the north, and includes towns on both banks. The river has long been an important byway for explorers and traders.
The Connecticut River, New England's longest, originates in the far north near the Canadian border, miles from where it ends at the Long Island Sound.
It separates Vermont from New Hampshire, splits Massachusetts in half, then takes a degree turn just south of Hartford to make its final run to the sea. Hartford and the Connecticut River Valley TRAVEL GUIDE. Less touristy than the coast and the northwest hills, the Connecticut River Valley is.
One of the best ways to learn more about New England travel is by requesting free travel guides from state tourism agencies in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Here are the travel guide links to the.
The Connecticut River is the longest river in New England. Designated the “long tidal river” by the Algonquian peoples of southern New England, it stretches over miles and passes through four states—starting at the northern tip of New Hampshire along the Quebec border and passing through Vermont, Massachusetts, and Connecticut on its way to Long.
This book was authored by, and published in cooperation with, the Connecticut River Watershed Council, the river's primary watchdog and steward. Council members John Sinton, Elizabeth Farnsworth, and Wendy Sinton thoroughly revised the guide, basing the new maps and text on their latest survey of the river and on /5(13).
The Connecticut River Valley has the right conditions for growing a premium wrapper leaf for cigars, the famous Connecticut Valley shade-grown tobacco. With the decline of tobacco use, the Connecticut tobacco industry is withering, but you may still see some tobacco fields, and next to them the long barns for drying the tobacco leaves.
Planning a Trip in Connecticut River Valley Getting There -- Highway 9 runs parallel to the river, along the west side of the valley. It connects I south of Hartford to I near Old Saybrook, making the valley readily accessible from all points in New England.A New England vacation is a getaway your family will love!
The natural beauty, culture, and history of New England attract and delight visitors from around the world. The six states that compose the region -- Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont -- have distinct characters, but they all host visitors in all seasons of the year.The River Gods.
Many of the River Gods already had standing and wealth when they arrived in the Connecticut River Valley. William Pynchon, the first of the River Gods, came to Massachusetts in as a prominent member of John Winthrop’s owned a plantation in Roxbury, Mass., originally ‘Rocksbury’ because of the stony soil.