Two Sisters Tract
40 acres in Chaplin, CT
Parking: Shoulder parking along busy Rt. 6 just northeast of 231 Willimantic Rd, Chaplin, CT
Reopened as of August 2019!
The Two Sisters Tract is a short loop that begins just after crossing the Airline Trail just off Rt 6. You’ll pass glacial erratics, upland forest, and stonewalls. There is technically a viewpoint on the back side of the loop from a short ledge overlooking the surrounding forest.
The surrounding forests are being actively managed due to gypsy moth and invasives damage.
Joshua’s Trust advises that hikers wear orange as the surrounding lands are actively hunted.
Preserved in 2001 by two sisters, Elaine Mrosek and Josephine Krikorian, the land contains typical New England stone walls. The property was closed from May-July of 2019 to conduct extensive forest management. Many trees were removed during this time due to invasive species and gypsy moth damage.
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Last updated Aug. 3, 2019
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