This tour begins in Goshen (Rtes. 63 and 4), noted for its rolling hills and farming heritage. In Goshen center, notice the 1833 Congregational Church and the Victorian Old Town Hall.
To visit Miranda Vineyard, take Route 4 west from the center of town. To visit Sunset Meadow Vineyards, overlooking the Western Connecticut Highlands, take Route 63 south.
Use Route 4 west to pass Tyler Lake and head into the storybook village of West Cornwall. The town has a covered bridge and guided fly fishing trips nearby on the Housatonic River.
Continue on Route 7 north on a scenic road through Housatonic State Forest. At routes 7 and 126, take Route 7 north toward Falls Village. Main Street buildings include Greek Revival, Italianate, Second Empire and Queen Anne architecture.
At routes 44 and 7, take Route 44 west to Canaan and then on to Salisbury. Excellent fishing and a boat launch are at Twin Lakes. From Lakeville, take Route 41 south, one of the prettiest roads in the state, to Sharon.
Get onto Route 4 east and pass Mohawk Mountain ski area and Mohawk State Forest. Continue on Route 4 east to Goshen.