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A Perfect Summer Drive - Litchfield, CT

Yankee Plus Dec 2015


by amyo
A Perfect Summer Drive – Litchfield, CT
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Enjoy this 56-mile loop through northwest Connecticut

Yankee Magazine’s driving tour of Litchfield County in the northwest corner of
Connecticut follows a 56-mile tour in a counter-clockwise direction, beginning
in the town of Litchfield. Read the article from the May/June 2007 issue.

Download the Audio

Download an MP3 file and transfer to your personal audio player (iPod, etc.) and listen to the narrated tour as you drive:

Hint: right-click (Mac users hold Control and click) on one of the links above and select “Save to disk…” to save the file on your computer.

Download the Map and Directions

Download and print the map and directions to take along in the car with you.

Driving Tour Map – 216 KB PDF
Driving Tour Directions – 1.6 MB PDF

Driving Tour Slideshow

Photos by Carol Cambo

Preview the sites of Litchfield Country before you go.


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Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.




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