In Salisbury, climb 2,316-foot-tall Bear Mountain, Connecticut's highest peak. From the summit, you'll have tri-state panoramic views of peaks and lakes.
Venture into the town of Salisbury, a picture-postcard colonial town. You’ll find Johnnycake Books (8,000 rare and collectible titles in a 19th-century cottage) and stay overnight in close by Lakeville at the Wake Robin Inn.
After hiking consider spending time at Infinity Hall in Norfolk,an intimate music, dining and entertainment destination beyond compare. Built in 1883,the newly renovated historic building features its original proscenium stage and hosts more than 200 music and entertainment shows by quality national and regional artists annually.
West Cornwall Covered Bridge
In West Cornwall, view the 242-foot-long red West Cornwall Covered Bridge, spanning the Housatonic River. Recreational opportunities on the river abound; fly-fishing, canoeing, white-water rafting, and tubing are a few options. Go to www.litchfieldhills.com for a list of outfitters.
Fife `n Drum Inn & Restaurant
In Kent, you’ll find the Fife ‘n Drum Inn & Restaurant and Backcountry Outfitters, among other shops and restaurants. Make sure to visit Bulls Bridge, a covered timber truss built in 1842.