Join us for a hike to The Great Ledge at Devil’s Den. At 1,800 acres, Devil’s Den is the largest tract of protected land in Fairfield County. This area was occupied by Native Americans as early as 3000 B.C.
The hike will be 6 miles (moderate) and take about 2.5 hours. Dress appropriately and wear sturdy hiking shoes. Bring a vegan snack to eat at The Great Ledge.
We’ll meet at the sign in the parking lot at 8:45 AM and leave for the hike at 9:00 AM sharp. For GPS navigation, direct to 33 Pent Road, Weston.
Bathroom Facilities: There are no bathroom facilities
Dogs: No dogs are allowed in Devil’s Den
Food/Water: Bring your own vegan snack and beverage to enjoy on the hike. Please carry plenty of water.
Weather: Be prepared and please dress appropriately for the weather. We will cancel the hike in case of rain. We suggest that hikers wear comfortable footwear and suitable clothing made from quick-dry fabrics.
Trail Map: [https://www.nature.org/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/documents/DevilsDenTrailMapTNC2019SmFile.pdf](https://www.nature.org/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/documents/DevilsDenTrailMapTNC2019SmFile.pdf)
Information about The Nature Conservancy and Devil’s Den Preserve: