Thanks for notifying us. The pines look worthy of measuring. The area of Connecticut that you hiked it has produced some exceptional pines. In terms of age, they appear to be upwards of 140 years, maybe 160 or more. Where white pines have favorable growing conditions for the species, it is hard to keep them under 100 feet. Sight unseen, I would have no problem going at least 120 feet. The pines you've identified could easily be above 130. It is worth a visit.
Any chance that you can get over there and check them out?
Robert T. Leverett
Co-founder and Executive Director
Native Native Tree Society
Co-founder and President
Friends of Mohawk Trail State Forest