The mission of the Burlington Land Trust is to acquire, preserve and protect land of scenic,
natural or historic value in perpetuity for the benefit of present and future generations.
Red Trail Greer Rd
Red Trail Greer Rd

Brower Property
Brower Property

Full Moon Snowshoe Ramble
Full Moon Snowshoe Ramble

Red Trail Greer Rd
Red Trail Greer Rd


Founded in 1989, the Burlington

Land Trust is a non-profit organization funded by membership dues and donations.

The principle mission of any land trust is to conserve open space. (Land Trust FAQs)

BLT Membership

It's easy! For as little as $20, you can begin to make a difference. We depend on membership dues and donations to run our organization, pursue acquisitions, care for our properties and pay the legal fees associated with donations. A strong membership sends everyone a message that the BLT mission is important.  

Event Calendar




Sunday, May 16th at 1:00

Trails Day Ultra Preview

Coming Soon


Friday, June 18th at 10:00


Self-Guided Hikes or Walks:


Indian Meadows in Harwinton

Self-Guided Hike from Sessions Woods to Barnes Nature Center:  Map and Video

Self-Guided Walks at Johnnycake Mountain Park:  Map and Video

The Vertical Mile Challenge & Connecticut Century Corps

Would you like to explore the wide variety of high quality local hiking trails?

The Burlington Land Trust makes it easy with over 80 different trail combinations totaling over 325 miles in the Farmington Valley. The BLT has detailed trail maps and descriptions that can be found on your cell phone or printed out. Most are loop hikes that require just one car and take 2-4 hours to complete. The Vertical Mile Challenge and the Connecticut Century Corps are great ways to experience these trails. The Land Trust makes it easy to do these hikes on your own or you can join one of its guided hikes.

Click here to learn more about BLTʼs hiking adventures !!