Sleeping Giant State Park - Hiking
According to legend, Sleeping Giant Mountain, which features the distinct anthropomorphic features of a “head” “chest” and “feet” along its ridges visible from across Connecticut, was formed when the spirit Hobbomock, diverted the Connecticut River from the Quinnipiac people.
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Though the most popular time to visit is during the summer months (there is a small charge for parking after Memorial Day), the vistas from the top of the stone tower are stunning year-round.