Hike Level: Moderate, Single Track, Some Hills, Stream Crossings
Hike Start Location: Line Street Parking Lot- Line St. Manchester
Hike Start Time: 10:00 AM
Hike Distance: 3.8 Miles
Hike Duration: About 2 hours
Water on Trail For Dogs: YES, but bring water to be safe
The Hike: The hike will begin at the Line Street parking lot in Manchester. Parking is limited, so if the lot is full you will have to park on the street. We will be doing a large loop that will take Aprox. 2 hours. This is a moderate hike not to rocky and has a variety of terrain. This hike will take us on the gray/white trail with a gental climb to the intersection of the red/yellow trail. We will continue on the gray/yellow trail until we come to the blue trail and follow that all the way to the summit of Lookout Mountain! Then we will come back on the pink trail to the gray/white trail and follow that to the red/yellow trail back to the Line street lot. Click the link to see the Case Mountain Map:
Directions: Easiest way to get there is once on 384E, take exit 3 Main street.
Take a left at top of exit. Follow past Manchester Country Club, take left on to Line St. just before Glastonbury town line. About 1 1/2 miles to Line Street.
Follow Line Street for about 3/4 mile, parking area will be on your left after you pass the 9th hole food shack on your left.
For more directions visit http://recreation.townofmanchester.org/CaseMountain.cfm
If you are going to be late or need directions you can reach me at:
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See you on the trails,
MDOG Hikes Organizer
Our leaders work to ensure a safe environment at all activities. While safety is a priority, Manchester Dog Owners Group, Inc. (MDOG) has no control over the condition of the trails. Hikers hike at their own risk. MDOG shall not be held liable for any damage(s) hikers or their dogs incur while at an MDOG organized event/activity (including, but not limited to, MDOG Hikes). All hikes are organized as a group. MDOG asks all individuals to stay with the group. MDOG shall not be held responsible for hikers/dogs who become lost. Hikes may be steep or have difficult terrain. New hikers should consult a physician before starting any exerting activities. MDOG reserves the right to discern if a dog should be leashed and owners (group or individual) may be asked to do so. Owners should be aware of any property laws for hikes and are responsible for any and all fines and damage(s) incurred by themselves and/or their dog(s).