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White Trail

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 4.5 (4)

This trail starts tame enough... but it shortly becomes one of the (if not the) hardest TBV trails.


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Map Key

3.6

Miles

5.8

KM

Singletrack

528' 161 m

High

171' 52 m

Low

441' 134 m

Up

129' 39 m

Down

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

11%

Max Grade (6°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

A Few:
  • No mountain biking from January 1st though April 30th.
  • The park is closed at sunset.
  • No mountain biking is allowed when the trails are excessively wet.
  • Note that there are a handful of trails, including the orchard, that are closed to mountain biking.
  • See ct.gov/deep/cwp/view.asp?a=… for hunting information.

Description

The longest trail in Trout Brook Valley, the White Trail spans almost all of the valley from south to north. If you're looking for an old school, East Coast, rock-infested joy ride, this trail is for you.

From the Bradley parking lot, follow White Trail as it heads North as a gravel doubletrack. Shortly after, it pitches uphill, quickly becoming gnarly, rock-filled singletrack. If this is more your style, keep going... :)

After topping crossing Green Trail and passing an intersection with Orange Trail, it continues uphill, following Hawleys Brook the entire way. After finally topping out the trail turns east, then sharply heads north again, this time through immense rocks. Watch your pedal stroke here!

Between the Red/White Trail and the Red Loop, you'll have an awesome viewpoint. Take it all in; you've earned it.

From here the trail heads uphill a little more and intersects with the Red Loop atop a small ridge. This is what East Coast singletrack is all about, winding, rocky, and beautiful. The moss in this area is especially aesthetically pleasing.

Now atop the ridge, the trail undulates, finally leaving the immense rock gardens. If you're game for the rest of the trail, pass the Green/White (Peter's Trail) and descend to the Jump Hill parking lot. This part is nice for a rest - there aren't any rocks!

Contacts

Local Club: Fairfield County NEMBA

Land Manager: Aspetuck Land Trust

Shared By:

Michael Blake 22

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May 22, 2019
Tj Adams
Holy hell that was tough 4mi