Connecticut Hill WMA

The Connecticut Hill Wildlife Management Area is the largest of its kind in New York State, totaling 11,645 acres. It's located 16 miles southwest of Ithaca and one mile northeast of Alpine, astride the Tompkins-Schuyler County line. As part of the Appalachian Highlands, Connecticut Hill lies within a belt of high, rugged land. Since this is one of the highest points in the area, panoramas can be viewed from atop the Hill to the surrounding lowlands. State Route 13 provides access to the area along the eastern side.

http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9331.html

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The Connecticut Hill Wildlife Management Area is the largest of its kind in New York State, totaling 11,645 acres. It's located 16 miles southwest of Ithaca and one mile northeast of Alpine, astride the Tompkins-Schuyler County line. As part of the Appalachian Highlands, Connecticut Hill lies within a belt of high, rugged land. Since this is one of the highest points in the area, panoramas can be viewed from atop the Hill to the surrounding lowlands. State Route 13 provides access to the area along the eastern side.

http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9331.html